Sturdy Non-Marring Tool Has Dozens Of Uses
Handy tool of extremely tough, non-marring glass-reinforced nylon is perfect for prying and pushing applications where a metal tool can damage the part or gun finish. Rigid chisel point on one end is useful for depressing springs and spring-loaded parts—even use to thread MOLLE straps through webbing—while the semi-flexible flat blade on the other end can get into tight spots or serve as a temporary shim. Great to have around during disassembly of semi-auto pistols like the 1911, Glock, or Smith & Wesson M&P or when working on service rifles like the AR-15/M16. Multiple ridges molded into the grasping area in the middle of the tool help prevent slippage when working with oily or greasy hands. Available in Black or Flat Dark Earth.
1911, Issue:11, Page:052
AR-15, Issue:10, Page:081
Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:097
Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:147
Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:148
Big Book Catalog, Issue:73, Page:228
SPECS: Glass reinforced nylon, Black or Flat Dark Earth, Approximately 5” (12.7cm) long, ¼” (6.4mm) diameter.