Originally Posted by AWCHIEF
Never heard of doing that. It would defeat the security requirement for using the tool.
Right on, Chief. The folks at TST told me that a number of their customers do it because it makes them much easier to remove, which thereby makes it less burdensome to remove, which ultimately increases security and battery life. Not that they were encouraging the practice, but that it wasn't a problem because their ultimately disposable units. I haven't done it to mine yet, but wondered what others that have, thought about the practice...
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