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Need diameter measurement of "Glock tool".

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by yankytrash, Mar 27, 2003.

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  1. yankytrash

    yankytrash Member

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    I've got hundreds of punches lying around here. I hate to drop anymore money into another punch, even if it is only a couple bucks.

    What's the diameter of the "Glock Tool"? Is it about .100"/ 3/32"?
     
  2. sam3

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    it is 3/32
     
  3. yankytrash

    yankytrash Member

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    Thankya sir.
     
  4. Navy joe

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    Don't tell, but I've been using a 1/16" nail set.
     
  5. DT Guy

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    Navy joe,

    I'm sure you meant a polymer GLOCK nail-set, right?
    :D
    Larry
     
  6. yankytrash

    yankytrash Member

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    Oh, you think you bad, eh? Well, I stripped mine down with a fungal-thickened hang nail last night.

    How's dat fer bad?

    Also brush my teeth with a bronze brush (must be why they're so yellow?), pick my earwax with a USMC Kabar fighting knife, wash my face with a gunpatch soaked in CLP, spit fire, whiz lightnin, and have a generally bad attitude altogether!
    :what:

    :D
     
  7. Yankytrash, And here we all thought you were a sensitive 90's kinda guy. :neener: :D
     
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    a T-handle in 3/32 is what i prefer. i hear you can get one at sears for around $3 but i didn't find one at my local sears.
     
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