Yes lm wondering if they could get angelwing as an after effect from the nipping and pulling of the wingtips? To me it would make sense they would but lm not sure?
I will try for photos.
Usually angel wing comes from feeding a high protein diet or it could be genetic. but it could be a defect if the wing tips were abused enough. I guess by now they are fully feathered? usually if you notice the tips of the wings beginning to stick out like a hitch hikers thumb you wrap right away and while the feathers are growing in the wrapping helps them grow in at normal position. One BYC member didn't wrap her gosling when it came down with angel wing so she had to wait till first molt and once all old flight feathers fell out and new ones started growing in she wrapped and it fixed it.
here is some info