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Which 1911 wrench tool?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by stinger 327, Nov 30, 2013.

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  1. stinger 327

    stinger 327 Member

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    Which one is preferred?

    Wilson Combat Tool 1 22P

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    WILSON BUSHING WRENCH POLYMER - Model: 22P
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    1911 Plastic Bbl Bush Wrench

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    1911 Aluminum Barrel Bushing Removal Wrench

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    Great gift for a 1911 enthusiast
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    Wilson Combat Bushing Wrench 1911 Full-Size Steel Blue P/N 22

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    Fits Barrel Bushings on Government and Commander Style 1911
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    Combat Orange Polymer Barrel Bushing Wrench Tool 1911 .45 Government Prezine

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    Rodgers 1911 Orange Polymer Barrel Bushing Wrench Tool 1911 .45 Government




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    Ultimate Arms Gear Synthetic Polymer .45 Caliber Barrel Bushing Wrench For Any Colt Government Model Pistol

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  2. rockhopper46038

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    Yikes! Can't say I've tried them all, but I've got a blue plastic one from Wilson that works fine, and I've got a black plastic one that came with my .460 Rowland conversion from Clark that also works fine. They look to me like they came out of the same mold.
     
  3. stinger 327

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    Is plastic recommended so it won't scratch up anything?
    They also have a more expensive wrench in here but it is made of aluminium.
     
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