Gunsmith Bench Block
Gunsmith Bench Block 1" Thick
3D Printed ABS Plastic - Moderately Rugged
4 holes - 3/16" - 1/4" - 5/8" - 3/4"
One 1/4" slot for pushing out pins under tension
Simple and Effective Design to Replace the Block of Wood with a Hole in it.
My first and it is easy to use and can take my goofs of too much pressure and not ruin my weapon. Worth every penny
Cut my teeth on gunsmithing with a piece of 1x4. I have other blocks, yes, but this one was a great value, and works with most everything that comes into my shop.
Add this to your gun tool kit!
Super handy device that helps provide the perfect space for pushing out pins and capturing them so they don't get lost. If you ever work on guns or disassemble for deep cleaning, this should be part of your kit. At only $8, it's a must!
great price, nicely designed for optional uses. had one issue and that is i used this item on my gun cleaning mat when i came back the next day and it was stuck to my mat i realized it was because of some bluing liquid started to dissolve the plastic and then hardend, that got on my mat just before use.
I found i could use ti to compress the recoil spring to install the retaining wire on my PMR30 upgrade kit.
It will also hold the punch so i can apply pressure on the trigger pin on my Glock 42. I can then move the slide lock to release the pin
I've used several bench blocks over the years, but this is the one I go to now.
Great company to deal with.
I like it
Did everything I needed it to do when doing my trigger job
Does what others can't
After losing a hammer strut from a S&W 642, that was launched somewhere around my work bench, I began looking for simple devices that solved this three-handed problem. I have used the same standard bench block for about 20 years, but I saw M*Carbo's YouTube video on installing the hammer spring with their bench block. It has a slot that is in just the right spot to allow the installation of a new spring with space to insert a paper clip in the hole at the bottom of the strut.
It should be a simple job without the block, but the lost strut cost me $34.00 because of a minimum ordering requirement plus shipping from a vendor who shall remain nameless.