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  1. A while back Joe Kutz posted a reply to a thread about holding the miniature while painting that included a link to a cool tool. I have "add to my Amazon wishlist" for Firefox ready for any cool things I find on here or elsewhere. This was a no brainer. I usually store things in there for review later. Upon review I decided I liked it even better for the job. Well, last week was my birthday and lo the Universal Parts Holder was delivered unto me. This thing is super cool. The pins can hold anything. I seriously played with it the entire night while playing Talisman. I locked in Talisman figures, dice, cards, etc. The next day I tried it out on my shale based minis. The irregular shapes were locked in nice and tight. The grip is comfortable and sticks out from under my fist just enough to set it firmly on a desk/tabletop if I need an extra steady moment. You can unscrew the handle and put the jig assembly into a vise for cutting, air brushing, etc. I suggest taping off the other holes to prevent filling them. It's worth the $20 Amazon calls for. The original site that Joe posted about is Widget Supply and they have a slightly different tool for a bit cheaper ($13). I also got a tube of Kneadatite's Green Stuff. Woot! I'll post a few pics with various sized miniatures held in it with various styles of bases later.
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