West Marine epoxy products are first class. I have used them before with great results. The one I used on a boat poured as easily as thin syrup. It was their 105 epoxy resin, and combined with the 206 slow hardener was the ticket for our needs. How fast or how slow the epoxy sets can often be controlled, with the same epoxy product, by which speed hardener you use, and sometimes by the amount of hardener, as is the case with working fiberglass resin and catalyst, according to the ambient temperature and whether or not you are working in shade or direct sunlight. WM offers slow, medium and fast hardeners for their 105 resin.
Please let us know how the G-flex worked out for you.
I have had good results using long pieces of surgical tubing wrapped around the stock at all angles to hold it for the glue to set. Same basic technique as damascus uses, but with a little different product.
Last edited by Stanton Hillis; 08/14/21 05:44 AM. Reason: additional info