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Otis Magazine Plate Disassembly Tool, Black - Magazine Plate Disassembly Tool in Black - FGGMDT
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Otis Magazine Plate Disassembly Tool, Black - Magazine Plate Disassembly Tool in Black - FGGMDT

Regular Price $9.99 Special Price $7.39
SKU 51655148951
Model Number FGGMDT
Brand Otis
UPC 014895012536
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Product Details


Efficiently and securely remove Glock magazine plates, facilitating thorough cleaning, maintenance and inspection

Easily change magazine plates or replace springs as needed

Compatible with standard Glock magazines, ensuring no damage to the plate or magazine body

Please note that it is not intended for use with Glock 30 round magazines or extended-type base plates

Proudly manufactured in the USA


The Otis magazine plate disassembly tool is a safe and efficient solution for removing the magazine plate on glock magazines. It enables you to perform proper cleaning, maintenance and inspection. This tool is particularly useful for changing or replacing springs within the magazine. It's compatible with standard glock magazines and ensures that neither the plate nor the magazine body gets damaged during the process. Please note that it is not suitable for use with glock 30-round magazines or extended-type base plates.


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