Vise Block, Bullet Button tools,
Cleaning Link and Delrin push pins
304 Stainless Steel Bullet Button tool
Front sight adjusting tool. Made with O-1 tool steel which is stronger than most tools available and a “Bullet Button” tool used for installing a captive magazine release device on an AR 15. Many find these a must have.
Delrin pin punches won’t mar finishes. 3 roll pin starter punches and one long “Bullet Button”tool. Left is a specially ground punch to remove the slide release pivot roll pin. Short delrin punch is start out stubborn pins without risking marring the pin or finish of the receiver.
Original style of receiver vise blocks with hammer fall blocks. Right one has removable hammer block. Hammer fall blocks are great to have when you are tuning a trigger as you won’t need to slam your finger or the receiver. Made with quality Delrin.
Latest version of the Delrin AR-15 Vise Block
The nicest available anywhere at any price.
Has my exclusive removable hammer fall stop
A special thanks to Scott O’Connell and his friend Sean for their contributions that now comprise part of this great Vise Block
The Vise Block in a bench vise and a Cleaning Link holding the upper in place for cleaning or light maintenance.
Close-up of the Cleaning Link
A couple new tools for the “Bullet Buttons” that may have been installed with Loctite. Not really needed on a nut that is held in place under spring tension. IMHO. Small “S” shaped item is used to hold an AR open for cleaning or maintenance. Solid & installs in seconds
A couple tools used to assist with removal and installing the pivot and takedown pins. If you have wrestled with these, you can see an advantage in having these at your fingertips. The angle pry pin is perfect to release the takedown & pivot retainer pins as you start to disassemble the weapon.