KainPen wrote:You can't do precision damage on something without vital organs.
DM call, I would say yes it works. As objects has and should have weak points also this is the whole point of Martial artist monks archetype find weakness ability that allows them to ignore DR and hardness of objects.
Damaging object rules state they are only immune to.
Objects are immune to nonlethal damage and to critical hits. Precision damage is not listed
Then if you are correct you can't sneak attack a golem as it has no vital organs. last time I checked you can. guess you can't sneak attack a skeleton as it has no vital organs. I believe you can. no were in sneak attack or mention of precision damage does it say vital organs it simply says a vital spot and must have a physical form. The monk ability proves that objects have a vital spot or weak point. The only things immune to precision damage in any listing are elemental because they have no standard physical form it can come in any shape or size(one fire element can look like a man while the next looks like horse almost amorphous in natural), incorporeal things because they have no physical form, and amorphous creatures because they are shapeless. object do have a physical form and a standard shape and they are called out as only being immune to critical hits and nonlethal damage.