The ever innovative Strike Industries is doing their best to make Glock shooter’s lives easier with their new All-In-One tool for Glock. It combines three invaluable tools that will make servicing your Glock easier in an easy to use small package.
From Strike’s website:
– Length: 2.85”
– Width: 1.16”
– Height: 0.48”
– Weight: 2.6 oz
– Materials: Steel
– Color: black and chromePackage include
-1 x All in one tool for Glock
– Glock™ Base Plate Removal Tool
– Pin Punch Tool
– Front Sight Removal tool
– Compact folded design
– All steel construction
The All-In-One tool has a nice tough steel construction with large thumb screws on both the front and rear of the tool allowing you to loosen or tighten the handle in order to easily deploy a tool. Strike also included a keyring attachment, but if I am honest I will probably use that as a lanyard attachment point.
Here you see the magazine base plate tool. I don’t know about you, but I struggle with removing the factory Glock base plate pretty often. This tool allows you to use the handle as a lever prying the base plate off the mag with minimal effort. This is one tool I never knew I needed till I got one in my hands.
Here is where I think the All-In-One tool really shines, the front sight adjustment tool. With most Glock front sight tools hovering right around the MSRP of the All-In-One tool there is no reason to not buy the nicer Strike tool over the other ones on the market.
I tried it out on my Glock 43 and experienced no issues at all, my Glock 23 was a different story. The front sight hex screw was so close to the leading edge of the slide I was not able to get the tool over the hex head to loosen it.
If you are looking for a front sight tool, a Glock tool, or a magazine tool you should take a look at the All-In-One tool from Strike Industries. With a MSRP of only $24.95 it makes for a pretty good bargain, not to mention that it would be a really solid gift for that Glock shooter in your life (the holidays are coming up fast after all). You can learn more about the All-In-One tool on Strike’s website here.
I will say that this handy little tool is going to find a permanent home in my range bag, I might even go so far as to buy a second to toss into my cleaning kit.