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KandyBass

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I use a 1/4" brad point bit and drill a shallow recess. The brad pointed bit drills a flatter bottom hole for more surface to stick to. After Devconing over them they are nearly seamless and have never had one come off. One note though, when devconing watch for bubbles that may for around the eyes. Hope this helps

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A bradpoint bit will tear chunks out of balsa....be careful. The flat bottom tends to rip the wood. Depends on what kind of wood you are working with.

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I use a cylindrical High Speed Cutter bit on a Dremel. They come in several diameters. Stick the end of the bit on the bait and it will slowly drill a perfect hole without tearouts. I use the same bit to drill ballast holes. The bits are designed for side cutting but have some cutting edge on the top, too. When it won't cut through hard wood, step up the speed and it will burn/abrade a hole as fast as a drill bit - again without tearouts.

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