Question about Watches
To do that you need a hardened steel pin and small hammer. Use that pin as a chisel and drive the bracelet pins out. Split pin end must come out first. When driving pins back in- blunt end goes in first and split end last.
You can make driving pin from hardened needle by blunting the pointed end.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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