Fix It Sticks GLOCK kit
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Fix It Sticks makes some of the handiest, best designed tools and kits for mounting optics and maintaining your guns we’ve found. Their latest product is a handy kit for GLOCK owners including tools to swap out batteries and pull your GLOCK magazine baseplates. They may call it a field kit, but you’ll use these tools at home, too…and not only on your GLOCKs.

Here’s their press release . . .

Fix It Sticks, the industry innovator of modular firearms maintenance tools and torque limiters has introduced the perfect toolkit for Glock handgun owners, the Field Toolkit for Glock. Designed specifically for Glock handguns, the new kit features the specialized tools necessary to maintain and work on Glock pistols including the Fix It Sticks Front Sight tool, Base Plate Removal Tool, and Channel Liner Tool. In addition to the specialized tools the kit also includes other components necessary for handgun maintenance.

To maximize convenience and performance the kit also includes the Fix It Sticks Ratcheting T- Handle, the Mini All-In-One Torque Driver and the most common bits necessary for properly mounting optics on handguns.

Field Toolkit for Glock includes the following parts, tools and bits:

    • Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive
    • Mini All-In-One Torque Driver
    • 3/32″ Pin Punch
    • 1/8″ Pin Punch
    • Steel Pick
    • Cleaning Brush Bit
    • Channel Liner Installation and Removal Tools
    • Glock Sight Tool
    • Glock Magazine Base Plate Removal Tool
    • Battery Cap Tool
    • Two brass rods
    • Set of two 8-32 adapters
    • 10 Electroless Nickel Plated Bits: T8, T10, T15, P1, H2.5mm, H.050”, H1/16″, H5/64”, 3/32”Extended Bit (for adjusting hard to reach screws on optics), SL6mm.
    • Compact Carrying Case

The Field Toolkit for Glock is contained in a compact, soft zippered carrying case with a molded low profile bit holder designed to hold any bit/accessory with a standard 1/4” Base (including Fix It Sticks Torque Limiters), and any 8-32 threaded component. With overall dimensions of 6 1/2” x 2 5/8” x 1 5/8” this is an incredibly useful kit for Glock owners that easily fits in glove boxes, tool storage compartments, range bags, etc.

The Field Toolkit for Glock is now available with an MSRP of $184.


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  1. I can see Crimson Pirate EDCing this…. in one of his 17 cargo pockets. 😉

    Does it come in Coyote?

    • I slated the last of my space for an IFAK, so this will have to stay at home 😉

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    • You do if your selling Glock fix it kits.
      They should have added a bottle of oil
      2 ounce bottle of Glock oil -$15

    • I was thinking the same thing. I have gotten by for ages with a set of screwdrivers and a set of of punches that are applicable to all my guns.

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  2. That’s an awful lot of tools thrown at a “Perfect” side arm.

    Funny, I didn’t see an included propane torch and lever to correct the Euro-Socialist limp-wrist “perfection” grip angle.

  3. I could reduce MY Browning Hi-Power to it’s bits with no blooody tools at all. In any kind of Combat or Self Defence situation if you stood around taking ‘careful’ aim with one of them there ‘ere ‘ green /red/whateve/ dotty thingummy, wotsit’s you’d be as a nit in seconds. RGP and POSSUM are right as well.
    Another example of ‘fashion over function’ and marketting for fools’. But then that’s the case for 95% of the US A firearms industry

    • “I could reduce MY Browning Hi-Power to it’s bits with no blooody tools at all. ”

      And you probably still could if your tyrranical government would let you keep one over there.

      What’s the point of even commenting? I think by now your “civilised gov’t” has even banned sharp knives with a pointed end. I’d be worried that if another member of the “Religion of Peace” runs over a crowd somewhere they’ll also take ban your motor vehicles and leave you all riding bicycles. Of course that would all add into the “green only” energy policies. A new togetherness as you all huddle together around some sort of solar-powered heater in January.

  4. The disassembly tool punch is all that’s realistically needed. The channel maintenance kit is a great addition for deep cleaning.

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