I hit the head of my trusty splitting maul with a sledge to "massage" one particuarly persnickety piece of hickory which I was determined to split. Split it did, but a chunk of the epoxy came off the head of the maul where the fiberglass handle goes through. Has anyone repaired one of these? I've done wooden handles before, but not these. It is loose so I am thinking that I need to knock it the rest of the way off (hopefully without breaking the handle). Then clean off the old epoxy and reinstall w/ JB weld. Just wondering if anyone else has tried this? I know the stuff is runny so I was also thinking to seal the bottom of the handle to head w/ hot glue. Just overnight so that the jb weld will not run all down the handle. Then I can pull the hot glue off. So let me have it. Thoughts, Jeers, Jokes, I can take it. Thanks!