Glock 03374 Disassembly Takedown Tool for Pin Punch
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- Glock Disassembly Tool
- Black finish
- The tool measures approximately 3 5/8'' from end to end
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This Glock tool, incorporating a pin punch, allows you to easily field strip the Glock pistol, by removing the Locking Block, Trigger Housing and Trigger pins. The tool measures approximately 3 5/8'' from end to end.
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Bought this metal/plastic tool and easily pushed the roll pin out by hand without any drama, works great with a comfortable plastic grip and Glock logo at the end. Saved me from buying a whole set of pin punches, plus this complements my Glock accessories in my case much better.
a) perfect shank length for all punch uses pushing out pins or buttons..
b) shank is molded securely into the base of handle, I had initial reservations of the shank or handle breaking
a) handle size is small, so it might be harder to grip then a comparable micro screwdriver with the tip sawed off.
b) handle ergonomics is sometimes awkward, almost like holding a mechanical pencil, you know the function outweighs the form but it just doesn't seem right.
even though you can make your own "glock tool" with some fabrication, this tool is measured precisely for working (on my gen4 17/19)
It is certainly well built. Before I was properly educated on removing the large pin on my Glock I was one of this horrible beginners who took a hammer to the but of this tool trying to bang the pin out. It stood up to A LOT of force. So it must be built well. Fortunately, I've been instructed on the much gentler and effective approach to removing the pins and can now simply push them out with this tool without any real force.