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Old 12th November 2011, 12:27 PM   #71
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Is this some kind of a punch? If so dont you get a tear-out at the other side?
Yes, I think it may be called a punch.

It's very small, as I said, like a paper clipper.

No, I never got a tear out on the other side. It was always very clean, and I never replaced the pin, which probably would need to by now. Even if I don't know you can replace it on this tool, probably just get a new tool.

It's fast, clean and accurate.
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