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  • Notch-Cut Micro-Tip Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool
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  • Gunsmith using the Gunsmith Shank to rotate a spring into place
  • Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool
  • Gunsmith Shank Tool Notch-Cut Tip
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Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool - Notch Cut Micro-Tip Flathead

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(4.87) 15 reviews
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About This Item

  • Most commonly used for installing springs under tension into tight places inside your firearm.
  • Handy tool for any Armorer's Tool Kit or Gunsmith Tool Kit!
  • If you haven't already made your own, it's a Great addition to any Armorer's Tool Kit or Gunsmith Tool Kit!
  • Save your Sanity not a couple bucks!
  • Fast Same Day Shipping!
Description

Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool

  • Micro-Tip Flat-Head with Notch Cut to Assist with Moving Parts & Springs in Tight Spaces inside your Firearm

Much needed handy tool for any Armorer's Tool Kit or Gunsmith Tool Kit!  completely Universal Tool for hard to access parts inside Firearms and most particularly Springs in hard to access places.

The Gunsmith Shank is a Spring Adjustment Tool that will be your handy assist in any tight spot you find yourself in with Gun Springs that are under tension in hard to access areas of your Firearm.

Save your Sanity not a couple bucks!

Reviews
Nice little tool!
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Bought this on a whim as it was cheap and a novelty. It worked great getting springs back into position. Well worth a couple bucks!
Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool - Notch Cut Micro-Tip Flathead
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Perfect tool for its job. Strong, well designed and effective.
Useful tool
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Gets the job done with ease and much less looking for escaping springs.
CHEAP - YET THE PERECT LITTLE TOOL!
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This little notched tool is perfect for replacing tiny springs and makes your job so much easier. I stole their idea and went out to the shop, and took have a dozen flat screw drivers and notched them for various size springs... Still, probably the most important springs I will work with are on my guns and this tool does the job. Worth it IMHO!

BDU
BUY YHIS YOOL RUGER LCP OWNERS
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I just installed the heavy duty mag release clip spring in a LCP2 .22 Lite Rack gun and it was a snap ECCEPT for the little spring. I struggled for 15 minutes, then made a tool out od a little 3/16 flat screwdrive and a Dremel to cut the notch. Worked perfectly immediately! Then I found they had a tool! BUY THE TOOL. 3.00 will save 50 dollars worth of aggravation!
Tool you didn't know you needed.
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I was buying unrelated MCARBO stuff and have been struggling with springs on different firearms. this was cheap enoI threw it in the cart, but didn't know how to use it. I found a Youtube video "KEL TEC PMR 30 Stainless Steel Feed Ramp and Mag Release - KEL TEC PMR 30 Upgrades by M*CARBO!".... about 34 min in it shows a very similar tool. I was then enlightened!
I'm back buying a couple more for my range bag.
-1 Star, I think there should be a video explaining use of this tool.
Handy Tool
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Bought this after seeing it used in the Sig P365 Trigger installation video. It was smaller then I expected but worked as it was suppose to. It made removing and reinstalling the spring effortless. At this price point, there is no reason not to add it on to your order.
Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool - Notch Cut Micro- Tip Flathead
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Great little tool, comes in handy
Questions & Answers
0 0
Question:
I am looking for a flashlight and possibly a laser for my sub 2000. Can't find either of website.
May 29, 2022 12:06 PM
Answers
We don't carry any or make any add on like that, you can use aftermarket parts
Answered by
Waldo@MCARBO / June 3, 2022 12:53 PM

About This Item

  • Most commonly used for installing springs under tension into tight places inside your firearm.
  • Handy tool for any Armorer's Tool Kit or Gunsmith Tool Kit!
  • If you haven't already made your own, it's a Great addition to any Armorer's Tool Kit or Gunsmith Tool Kit!
  • Save your Sanity not a couple bucks!
  • Fast Same Day Shipping!

Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool

  • Micro-Tip Flat-Head with Notch Cut to Assist with Moving Parts & Springs in Tight Spaces inside your Firearm

Much needed handy tool for any Armorer's Tool Kit or Gunsmith Tool Kit!  completely Universal Tool for hard to access parts inside Firearms and most particularly Springs in hard to access places.

The Gunsmith Shank is a Spring Adjustment Tool that will be your handy assist in any tight spot you find yourself in with Gun Springs that are under tension in hard to access areas of your Firearm.

Save your Sanity not a couple bucks!

Product Reviews (15)
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4.87
Nice little tool!
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Bought this on a whim as it was cheap and a novelty. It worked great getting springs back into position. Well worth a couple bucks!
Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool - Notch Cut Micro-Tip Flathead
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Perfect tool for its job. Strong, well designed and effective.
Useful tool
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Gets the job done with ease and much less looking for escaping springs.
CHEAP - YET THE PERECT LITTLE TOOL!
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
This little notched tool is perfect for replacing tiny springs and makes your job so much easier. I stole their idea and went out to the shop, and took have a dozen flat screw drivers and notched them for various size springs... Still, probably the most important springs I will work with are on my guns and this tool does the job. Worth it IMHO!

BDU
BUY YHIS YOOL RUGER LCP OWNERS
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
I just installed the heavy duty mag release clip spring in a LCP2 .22 Lite Rack gun and it was a snap ECCEPT for the little spring. I struggled for 15 minutes, then made a tool out od a little 3/16 flat screwdrive and a Dremel to cut the notch. Worked perfectly immediately! Then I found they had a tool! BUY THE TOOL. 3.00 will save 50 dollars worth of aggravation!
Tool you didn't know you needed.
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
I was buying unrelated MCARBO stuff and have been struggling with springs on different firearms. this was cheap enoI threw it in the cart, but didn't know how to use it. I found a Youtube video "KEL TEC PMR 30 Stainless Steel Feed Ramp and Mag Release - KEL TEC PMR 30 Upgrades by M*CARBO!".... about 34 min in it shows a very similar tool. I was then enlightened!
I'm back buying a couple more for my range bag.
-1 Star, I think there should be a video explaining use of this tool.
Handy Tool
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Bought this after seeing it used in the Sig P365 Trigger installation video. It was smaller then I expected but worked as it was suppose to. It made removing and reinstalling the spring effortless. At this price point, there is no reason not to add it on to your order.
Gunsmith Shank Installation Tool - Notch Cut Micro- Tip Flathead
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Great little tool, comes in handy

Questions & Answers

1 Questions

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Question:
I am looking for a flashlight and possibly a laser for my sub 2000. Can't find either of website.
May 29, 2022 12:06 PM
Answers
0 0
We don't carry any or make any add on like that, you can use aftermarket parts
Answered by
Waldo@MCARBO / June 3, 2022 12:53 PM