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.

    Hrachya H

    Managing Editor

    Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying the history and design of guns and ammunition. He also writes for OvertDefense.com and SilahReport.com
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