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Has Anyone Used Plastidip For Pinpointer Tip Protection?

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If your using the pin pointer as a digger and not the “digger tool”, well yeah then Youl need to modify the tip for protection.

quite frankly, i won’t, and feel like I am damaging a precision tool if I am pushing the tip too hard to the ground even.

 

 

 

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