Three years ago I got my finger caught in a pinch point trying to move a fork on a gradall. Instead of tipping the forks all the way forward instead of about half way tipped, and sliding them I decided to lift and push, well I slipped and the fork came back down on the mast and skelotonized the end of my finger. Lucky for me the dr was an avid hunter and I explained how I needed my trigger finger lol. He took fat from my palm to rebuild my pad and then pulled skin over from the side of my finger to rebuild it all. I lost about my nail length but now it’s one less nail to cut haha! The pins were for a fracture mine looked black but he actually moved a vessel up my finger to get more blood and it healed good.