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TangoDown Magazine Release Tool for Glock®

TangoDown Magazine Release Tool for Glock®

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Glock® pistols are famous for their simplicity and ease of maintenance in the field.

One Glock® Punch Tool is all it takes to completely service the sidearm, right? Almost… except for the magazine release.

Until now, armorers or shooters around the world had to resort to long screwdrivers to reach in the pistol frame, and release the magazine release spring. That, in turn, invariably lead to gouged-up magazine wells that won’t allow empty mags to fall free when they should. Damaged magazine releases were also a result.

Now you can keep that magazine well pristine and working like a combat pistol should with our GMRT-01 tool. Its specially formed tip is shaped to release the magazine release spring with maximum bite and leverage. You’ll notice the rounded tip is also highly polished stainless steel, that can’t damage the mag well or mag release…ever.

The ergonomic handle is also stainless steel for long, corrosion-free service. Also works on any pistol with Glock®-style magazine release, such as Smith & Wesson M&P, etc.

The ultimate Glock® tool for gunsmiths, armorers & shooters that have multiple mag release installations in one sitting or for detailed regular maintenance.

Made in Germany.


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10 Reviews TangoDown Magazine Release Tool for Glock®

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  • 4

    Posted by Darrell on Apr 21st 2021

    So the glock frame being polymer, will get scratched by ANY tool you put in it regardless of design. I would get this tool again but, with curbed expectations. Yes its better than a flathead, coat-hanger, etc. I think it could be better still though. My recommendation is to blend the bevel and the curved surfaces behind the tip of the hook with a red wheel.

  • 5
    Ignore the price

    Posted by JOE DESIMONE on Mar 5th 2021

    Ignore the price plus shipping and just buy it. Works so easy the first time that it's worth every penny even if you use it just a few times in your life. The number of saved curse words is immeasurable.