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We’ve used Fix It Sticks tools for years. They’re compact, handy, high quality tools that help you work on and dial in the proper torque when you’re mounting a scope, installing a new quad rail, or doing virtually any other job you want to get done when working on your guns.

Now Fix It Sticks has announced their new Pistol Armorer’s Kit. It’s a huge array of must-have tools for working on virtually every pistol in your safe.

Fix It Sticks, the industry innovator of modular firearms maintenance tools and torque limiters has introduced a new field-portable, yet comprehensive tool kit, The Pistol Armorer’s Toolkit. Developed with input from gunsmiths, competitive shooters and optics manufacturers, The Pistol Armorer’s Toolkit has an extensive array of the most useful tools, bits and a torque driver necessary to properly setup, maintain and accessorize a wide variety of handguns. The kit is capable enough to use on the bench, but portable enough to easily take to the range, out in the field, keep in a vehicle or ATV, etc.

The Pistol Armorer’s Toolkit has handgun specific tools and components such as a Magazine Base Plate Removable Tool for Glock, Sight tool for Glock, Channel Remover for Glock, Channel Installer for Glock, and a 1911 Bushing Wrench. Other premium components include an the commonly needed hex bits and punches, an Aimpoint® Bit, a brass hammerhead, an armorer’s block, a magnetic tray to prevent losing small parts and a take-down brass cleaning rod.

A Fix It Sticks Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive and a Mini-All-In-One Torque limiter are also included. The Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive works with any quarter inch hex bit, but also allows the use of tools that require a pulling motion such as the cleaning rods and Channel Remover for Glock. The Mini-All-In-One Torque Driver is perfect for properly mounting optics, lasers, lights, etc. The Pistol Armorer’s Toolkit includes the following comprehensive tool selection:

      • Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive
      • Mini All-In-One Torque Driver
      • Extension/punch holder
      • Brass Hammer Head
      • Soft Carrying Case standard
      • 1/4” base (including Fix It Sticks Torque Limiters),
        and any 8-32 threaded component
      • Aimpoint Bit
      • Battery Cap Tool
      • Pin Punch set (1/16”, 3/32”, 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16”, 1/4”)
      • Brass Pin Punch Set (1/16”, 3/32”, 1/8”, 5/32”, 3/16”, 1/4”)
      • 8-32 adapter
      • Magnetic Tray
      • Bench Block
      • Set of Four Brass Cleaning Rods (accepts 8-32 threaded attachments)
      • Steel Pick
      • Cleaning Brush
      • Magazine Base Plate Removable Tool for Glock
      • Sight tool for Glock
      • Channel Remover for Glock
      • Channel Installer for Glock
      • Grip Screw Bit
      • Spring Tool
      • Slide Tool
      • 8-32 adapter
      • 1911 Bushing Wrench
      • T-Pins
      • Twenty-One 1/4” Bits (1” in length):
        • Torx:
          T6, T8, T10, T15, T20, T25
          Metric Hex:
          1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm
          SAE Hex:
          .050”, 1/16”, 5/64”, 3/32”, 1/8”, 5/32”
          Phillips: P0, P1
          Slotted: 3/32”, 3/16”
      • Two 1/4” Bits (2” in Length):
        • Torx: T10
          Slotted: 3/32”

The soft carrying case features molded-in bit holders designed to hold any bit / accessory with a standard 1/4″ Base (including Fix It Sticks Torque Limiters), and any 8-32 threaded component.

The Pistol Armorer’s Toolkit is now available with an MSRP of $340.00.

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  1. Hell of a business model. Buy mostly off the shelf tools/bits/drivers and then put them together with a few handles and connectors into complete kits and sell them for 1000-2000% markup over what they can be bought off the shelf.

    • But think of all the labor it must have taken to save you five minutes on the Brownells or Home Depot website!

    • Yup. $340 for 90% hardware store items and a few specialty items only good for a few things, for those that don’t have the inclination to build their own custom tool kit for 1/3-1/2 the cost it’s okay.

    • M, I’ve been through Glock armour school a few times. They always gave us all the tools we needed. It was a simple polymer punch with a screwdriver handle.

        • Nikita, I thought the same thing when I saw and handled my first Glock 17 many years ago. I was wrong. So are you.

      • I’ve owned one since the mid 90’s. They are overpriced and generally unsafe unless carried in a good holster whenever the chamber is loaded. Design Flaw IMHO. I’d never ever carry one IWB. OK OWB with a lot of extra training. You might have your opinion. I have mine.

  2. I was pricing the components in my mind as I read…I was thinking around $220 – $250. I was surprised when I got to the last line. It appears to be a well thought out kit in a nice zippered carrying case…maybe when my Montana Property Tax rebate arrives I’ll revisit it.

  3. Watch out…Penny pinching DIYers may be subjected to ridicule from people so stupid it defies imagination.

    • Debbie, it was not that you’re a do it yourself person saving money. It’s what you used for a trigger plug that drew the ridicule. You’d have probably been better off going to the back to school department at Walmart and buying one of those old wedge shaped pencils erasers. BTW, a valve stem is a valve stem. Even if it’s on a bicycle inner tube. In fact, if you had went with the inner tube option you could have worn your Glock like a necklace.

      • A design flaw is a design flaw.

        They do make actual safeties for glocks now that are just like the ones the factory installed on their government contract submissions. They are about $100 and can be installed DIY. It does address the basic design flaw with all the glocks and their clones.

        • Carried a Glock for over 30 years, it never went off unless I pulled the trigger intentionally. That be be too complicated for some people.

          If you can’t handle a Glock without accidentally shooting yourself or someone else, you shouldn’t handle any weapons.

          And this is from someone that owns plenty of pistols with safeties. Different brands and I like all of them, I just don’t carry my other guns for personal protection.

  4. And how much is YOR personal Commision?? The same as anything else bought on your recommedations.That’s what bthis WEB SITE is really ALL ABOUT -RIGHT??

    Can’t say I blame you there are enough gullible AMERICANS out there and somebody has to take advantage of them even if the end result encourages Death and Destruction on a scale no other CIVILISED Country would, or does, tolerate.

  5. You’re not the real Prince Albert. You don’t even have proper command of the English language. Give the United States a call the next time Britain needs saving.

  6. I guess I’ll be the odd man out here. I love my Fix-It Sticks tools. I started with the basic kit and then expanded it by adding more individual tools from Fix-It Sticks. Had to get their Large Carry Case to accommodate all the gizmos!

    Are they overpriced for what they are? Perhaps. The same could be said for virtually all my gun hobby stuff. Oh, well!

    But I’ll say the quality is there with these tools. I have never even seen anything like them at Home Depot, as has been claimed. Good tools are expensive and always have been.

    Anyhoo… I think the FIS tools are worth it, if you like to tinker with your guns. I went down the P80 building rabbit hole, and I use this kit at the work bench and bring it to the range. I’m a big fan.

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