If you frequently maintain or build a Glock magazine-fed firearm, then you should find this new tool from Midwest Industries quite interesting. The new Midwest Industries Glock Pistol Caliber Carbine Block is a vice block with magazine-shaped extensions for securing a Glock magazine-fed firearm in a vice thus making working on such guns much more convenient. Although it is apparently designed and marketed primarily for PCCs, this tool can also be used with Glock or Glock magazine-fed pistols. So, basically, it should be compatible with anything that takes Glock mags.
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Ready to elevate your pistol or pistol caliber carbine? Introducing the first of its kind and newest addition to our tool family: the Glock Pistol Caliber Carbine Block. This high-quality tool offers a secure solution to build and maintain a variety of firearm platforms with the Glock magazine pattern. Get yours today!
Midwest Industries Glock Pistol Caliber Carbine Block is made of high-strength polymer. As you may have noticed, the two magazine extensions have different widths – one has dimensions of a 9mm/.40S&W size Glock magazine and the other one is compatible with guns using larger 10mm/.45ACP Glock mags. The two mag extensions have an identical length and the dimensions of the Glock Pistol Caliber Carbine Block are 7.5″ x 7.5″ x 1.5″. The holes on the base circular part are for attachment to bench or alternative work surface.
Midwest Industries Glock Pistol Caliber Carbine Block is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $39.95. The company also makes vice blocks for AKs, AR-10s and AR-15s. All Midwest Industries receiver maintenance tools are made in the USA.
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