james__12345 said:Just to INSERT the pin, I dont see any need for a punch. Just a small hammer and a careful swing. If a punch is needed though, it this case, a cheap nail set from lowes will fit the bill just fine. A buck or two at the most I would think.
Its very possible that you can. I don't know though, because I've never dealt with the clip or the pin thats with it.Frederick said:Thanks, but can I not just use the existing pin that came with the clip instead of removing it and putting back the original plastic pin?