I have an Uberti 1851 Navy in .36 caliber and love it. I thought I would change it up a bit, and replace the wood grips with simulated Ivory (Magna-Tusk). I bought a 2 piece set (which look pretty darn good) and find that I still need to glue down a small tab at the lower rear interior of each half to keep it from shifting around. The seller recommends using an epoxy, but in nearly all the You Tubes I've seen it seems the glue gets past the vaseline coating on the metal frame. Has anyone ever used "Liquid Nails" which may be a bit easier to confine during the hardening process? My only concern is will the Liquid Nails, once cured, hold up to repeated recoil. Thanks for your input.