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By abritinthebay
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#4935536
They work great for me tbh. Tap the hole & add a nut if you really must but they’ve held for 12 years...
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By abritinthebay
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#4935549
I guess it depends on the thickness of your surface. I don't even have nuts tbh, I just tapped the holes.
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By Ectotainment
#4935560
I replaced my clippard screws on the pack with 1 inch 10-32 socket cap head screws with lock nuts, my shell was also too thick for the clippard screws. The ones I had were silver, but I found a method on YouTube of baking them in wet coffee grounds to make them black. It worked pretty well, I had to repeat the process a few times to get them as black as I wanted.
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By NotSabbat
#4935561
I havent had a problem with the stock screws on my wand Clippard, but the pack Clippard screws are replaced with socket cap screws (at least on the packs I used for reference) so I cant say how well it will hold on the pack side. My pack and wand are both 3d Printed with PETG if that matters to you.

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