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Rivnuts. What device do you use?

Want to buy a rivnut tool. Don't want to buy junk, but not the most expensive either. What do you guys use?

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There are a few inexpensive options here:
Rivnut Tools from Aircraft Spruce

I had an L-845 type for a long time, because I only rarely had to install rivnuts.

You can also look at
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Probably a little more than you are looking for, ours is used a couple of times a week.
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