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Such a bad weight barrels....

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I tried to drill them from behind (stem side)

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The dust


It's really hard and difficult for me to drill it! Very dangerous!

Plz don't try this at home!
My dart setting is; Winmau Hi-impact(British made) 21g, nylon medium shaft, standard poly flight and withlock system.

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lol Ken i thought you would be using a bench drill and clamp ! oh dear
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lol so dangerous!!! Couldn't dig it even 1mm!! What a hard!!!
My dart setting is; Winmau Hi-impact(British made) 21g, nylon medium shaft, standard poly flight and withlock system.

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LOL epic fail Kendo San!

hmmm, have you ruined your darts now?
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Of course !! that would be my luck
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tungsten is a very abrasive metal too, you'd need special drill bits, not sure what though , as they use tungsten to make drill bits more abrasive not sure if it can drill itself for want of a better expression lol perhaps a diamond coated bit?
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Mac likes that!
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I would have used a bench press and possibly a dremel. You may need a diamond coated bit or something to get through the tungsten.
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Haha!!! If I used the diamond bit,it would be possible to drill it.
Actually,the diamond bit is expensive . That's true!

Plz don't try such a fool attempt
I'm very satisfied to tell all with this sacrifice lol

Don't try to drill from behind without lubricant or diamond bit ! Haha!!
My dart setting is; Winmau Hi-impact(British made) 21g, nylon medium shaft, standard poly flight and withlock system.

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hahahahahah
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PMSL
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Hahahahahaha....good one!!!!!
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You would need to put it in a mill and use a carbide end mill to remove material. I could do it for you if you were in the US! Lol
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bridgeport, that would be how I would do it (fortunate to have access to one), but any way I hope you held the back of the drill with your throwing hand
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