GT Zero Glock Tool by Instructor Zero

Instructor Zero has designed a Glock tool in collaboration with an Italian company called “Extrema Ratio“. The tool is called GT Zero and it is rather a firearm multi-tool than only a Glock tool. Extrema Ratio is an older knife company in Italy. They make high quality blades. Judging from the quality of the knives they make this tool should be a really well made long lasting tool.

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GT Zero tool has the following features:

  1. Glock front sight tool
  2. Magnetized tool holder
  3. Glass breaker near the tool socket
  4. Flat-head and Allen screwdriver bits (used in many Glock and AR-15 accessories)
  5. 3/32 Glock pin punch built in the cap
  6. Flat-head screwdriver built in the belt clip for optics adjustments.
  7. Lanyard loop on the belt clip
  8. Non-slip grip texture
  9. Grip body made of solid aluminum and anodized
  10. Storage in the tool body

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The tool is made in Italy and ships within 7 days. The deluxe edition also comes in a nice polymer case. GT Zero is available through Team Zero Official Store at $79 for the regular version and $97.98 for the deluxe edition. It is not clear though if the case is the only additional feature of the deluxe package.

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The GT Zero tool is about 4″ long (100mm) and .79″ (20mm) thick. It weighs 2.3oz (65 grams) with three bits stored inside.

Here is a video from Instructor Zero’s YouTube channel:

Instructor Zero gives the following description to this tool:

The GT Zero has everything you need and nothing you don’t

This multi-tool looks to be a very solid built one. I think it can be even used as a blunt weapon or impact tool. The main disadvantage to me is the slightly high price.

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  • Disarmed in CA

    “slightly high” as in you can purchase an entire precision screwdriver set for that. Cute tool, though.

  • Rick O’Shay

    $80?!?! Nope. I have something similar I bought at Lowe’s, minus the glass breaker and the pin punch. And at that price, that’s what I’ll continue to have.

  • Joe

    I don’t operate hard enough for this tool….

  • Davidat

    No sense “toolZero”:
    Pin punch and front sight tool, Free of charge in the most armorers course… or cheap if you buy it…
    screw driver: no screws in my GLOCK.
    screw driver in belt clip… Mini screwdriver for adjustable rear sight free from GLOCK.
    I could buy a lot of good of gear for that amount…
    This “gadget ” is not for me.

  • The_Champ

    Yeah but will it help me to improve my combat rolls on the range?

  • Jack

    Wow $80 for that

    You need three tools to basically do everything to a Glock:
    -Triangle file for rear sight fitting ($5)
    -Allen wrench to push pins, change the mag release, and for rear sight screw if applicable (free from random other purchase)
    -Sight tool for front sight screw and punching rear sight (included for free from Dawson Precision)

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    A glass breaker? In case you need to fix your GLOCK really fast and a wall of glass instantly materializes between you and it? Or do they actually expect you to EDC this thing? Seriously? Not that every other item you EDC deosnt already have a glass breaker on it. And Ive never once had the even mild inclination to attempt to break any glass. Where is the bottle opener? That is much more useful than a glass breaker.

    And finally, why for $80 am I getting 6 non precision inanimate objects? But if it says GLOCK on it it must radiate perfection and be worth any amount since your life is on the line, right?

  • USMC03Vet

    Most tactical dildo of all time.

  • FLdeepdiver

    Or, $25 for the Brownells Glock tool. Main thing I like about it is the included properly sized punch for magazine basepads. All bits store in handle.

  • M-dasher

    $100 for a punch and a screwdriver?……….i guess being a fake instructor isnt as lucrative as he planned.

  • Todd

    So… a Multitasker Twist? But for $20 more with half the function?

  • Maurizio Fulignati

    Is not there any Multitasker TWIST copyright infringment ?

  • Critter

    Needs more rails, or velcro, or something….

  • Sledgecrowbar

    Second Glock tool on TFB in a month that doesn’t have a channel liner tool, or even just an installer. I have two Extrema Ratio knives and they are wonderful although pricey enough to be only for collectors. Think Randall knives, but without being handmade, just made of very good steel and designed to be sexy-looking. This is like a Bear Grylls Gerber though. A fake name on a plain tool does not a value make.