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A spring loaded clothes pin with velcro on the jaws is what most guys use.
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A spring loaded clothes pin with velcro on the jaws is what most guys use.
Maybe so but they will not have the same fun making the
parts and perhaps giving others ideas.

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can you show it in use?
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Maybe so but they will not have the same fun making the
parts and perhaps giving others ideas.

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Possibly, but when you misplace it, it would be a lot faster putting velcro on a clothespin than making another. I'd opt for clothespins.

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I vote for form and function.
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