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i had one that was accidentally sent to me. looks like it would work. If you have a Gander Mountain nearby, they have the Remington tool with is the similar.
 

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Les Baer probably has one that's real tight and requires 500 uses before cleaning.. 8)Ron
 

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If he did.. I'd buy one and clean it at 250 uses.. Just wouldn't tell anybody.. LOL.. Ron
 

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I have one of those.

It's okay. Remember that the tools don't lock out in any way. When using the little allen wrenches to tighten grip screws, I had to continually adjust my grip to keep it from collapsing on itself and not jab itself into my palm or the gun.

I'd recommend it for a range bag. I wouldn't suggest using it instead of proper individual tools.

Andy
 

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I have one of those.

It's okay. Remember that the tools don't lock out in any way. When using the little allen wrenches to tighten grip screws, I had to continually adjust my grip to keep it from collapsing on itself and not jab itself into my palm or the gun.

I'd recommend it for a range bag. I wouldn't suggest using it instead of proper individual tools.

Andy
Thanks for the heads up my friend:thumb:
 

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Really for me it would be a waste of money, when I go shooting I have any tool at my disposal that I may need, and I don't need any tools to field strip my 1911, so I reckon I'll pass:biggrin1:
 

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I have a simple theory that gives Mr. Murphy his due respect.

I carry a basic assortment of tools in the drawer on top of my ammo box. They're always available to help out other folks on the range. If I leave them at home, it's guaranteed that my gun will puke.
 

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I think that one would have less control over the tool (using it as a bushing tool - it's dependant on ones grip strength and spending $38 - $50) than the standard wrench ($5).
 
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