While most gun owners probably have a nice large toolbox full of firearms cleaning and maintenance tools, there is a case to be made for smaller sets of tools that allow you to do simple field maintenance. In fact, I’ve become quite fond of some of the smaller pocket-sized toolsets that have been recently released and it seems that a new one has just hit the market specifically for Glock pistols. Birchwood Casey is proud to introduce their new Multi-Tool for Glocks, a compact “must-have” for anyone who owns a Glock pistol.
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The New Birchwood Casey Multi-Tool for Glock Pistols
The Birchwood Casey GLOCK Multi-Tool includes four tools specially designed for the pistol’s pins, screws, and sights. It includes a magnetic 3/16″ hex driver that fits stock and aftermarket front sights, making upgrades or replacements quick and easy. The new GLOCK Multi-Tool also features a 3mm armorer’s pin punch that covers all GLOCK pin sizes. The .050″ Allen wrench is convenient for moving aftermarket rear sights with windage and elevation adjustment. Lastly, there is a flat-blade screwdriver for prying the slide lock spring, locking block, or for adjusting compatible aftermarket rear sights.
The ergonomic design of the Birchwood Casey GLOCK Multi-Tool provides maximum grip and leverage, and the compact size allows for convenient storage in a range bag, on-the-go toolbox, or even a back pocket.
The compact tool seems like it has just about everything you’d need aside from a bench block for doing some simple maintenance on your Glock pistol. I recently mentioned how I loathed the fact that Glock still uses a pretty much proprietary front sight screw that is both very flat and in a cramped location. This tool however is affordable enough that I might actually pony up and buy one just for the convenience that it offers and also because it’s just small enough to stuff inside a pistol case. I’d like to hear your thoughts on this new tool. Do you think it’s useful or would you still rather bring your own tools with you to the range? Let us know down in the comments!