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    I've been cleaning and organizing my mess of classic gaming stuff, and discovered that my SMS Phaser was stored under a pile of other controllers, cables, etc and the tip of the gun was broken. It came off in one piece and I'd like to glue it back on.

    Does anyone have a recommended type or brand of glue? My first thought is old school super glue but figured I'd check here if someone has a better option.

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    So when I was fixing my Saturn/SegaCD cases with busted hinges I would use this stuff called Loctite gel. It was a bit easier to control but you still don't need a lot of it and it sets pretty quickly.
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    A two part epoxy may work as well, but I have very limited experience in using it with plastics. I'm more interested in the super glue & baking soda method, at least for filling in missing material.
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    +1 for loctite.that stuff roolz!
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    I obtained some Gorilla Glue but have yet to perform the operation. Should I wait for loctite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gentlegamer View Post
    I obtained some Gorilla Glue but have yet to perform the operation. Should I wait for loctite?
    yes. gorilla glue is terrible imo.
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