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Machined in Sunnyvale, California
Developed by and for the Professional Armorer, This puck is strategically cut to assist the armorer by providing an ergonomic workstation for pin/part removal for the disassembly, assembly, and repair of weapons systems.
The Pin Puck helps the Armorer or Gunsmith disassemble, assemble and repair a broad range of weapons. Precision machined from non-slip. non-marring material. The “through holes” and partial “V” holds barrels for easier link pin installation and removal. The Pin Puck can be drilled or modified with hand tools to meet your specific needs.
The size and weight help keep these blocks where you put them when you’re driving pins. The hard rubber won’t damage polished surfaces. The through holes and partial “V” notch holds pistol barrels for easier link pin installation and removal. Pin Pucks can be drilled or modified with hand tools; will not melt when machined.
While it was designed for the professional Armorer, Military, Law Enforcement or civilian who maintains the weapon systems, its uses in the workshop are endless.
(Yes, The Pin Puck started its life as a high-quality hockey puck, but before they could ever hit the ice, they were kidnapped and modified in County Comm’s Sunnyvale, CA. machine shop into the versatile tool you see before you)
Weight: 5.5 Ounces
Dimensions : 1 inch (25 mm) thick, 3 inches (76 mm) in diameter
Beveled holes with varying sizing as shown for versatility
V Shape Channel
This is extremely helpful for firearms repair and modification.
If you do routine maintenance on almost ANY firearm, you need one of these. It could not be more simple and perfect for tapping in/out pins.
As a professional Armorer / Gunsmith for the countries largest firearms school I appreciate this professional grade tool. We work on about 3,500 guns a year at Front Sight and this bench block fits well into my daily routine and dissasembly process. It is non maring by nature. It is "bouncy" for some operations but works well. I opened up one hole so I could use it on 1911 barrels and removing the link. You should be very happy with it. I was.