So this photo will help...
Used 2 cases they are on sale at Menards for 2.69.
There is some little pockets of air visible and I just poke and put in a squirt and it fills right up and I just cut off a knob that grows out. Unless it was big fill or still a air pressure fill pocket I didn't use duct tape.
Learned a LOT about doing something this stupid, I almost gave up after the first day but my best friend is always there in lessons us stupidity.
Other then tannerite we stay away from life threatening adventures anymore.
So I was putting tape over the jagged edges of the 4 inch tube and found it easier just to put on gloves to close the hole in the end, I suspect the stuff still pushed in some but I *think* the great stuff was shot deep inside to bind all those tubes together because he is one FAT dino.
If I did it again I would change the plan but why anyone would want to repeat this stupidity I don't know.
We will see what happens when I cart it off to the range, I'll take some pictures.
I'm pretty sure however while tough probably not shotgun tough, I don't want to destroy it instantly.
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