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Yavapai 1911 Sear Tool Brownells.
Adjustable For Angle Of Cut; Lets You Examine Actual Hammer & Sear Engagement At 20X!
Developed by the gunsmithing program at Yavapai College to help their students learn the correct angle of hammer/sear engagement required for achieving a light, clean-breaking, match-quality trigger on the 1911 Auto. Precision-machined tool incorporates a roller-type, sear stoning fixture that allows incremental cutting of both primary and secondary sear angles plus, a 20 power magnifier for detailed, up-close examination and precise changes in individual hammer/sear engagement.
1911, Issue:11, Page:060
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:150
SPECS: Aluminum block, 3" (7.6cm) x 1.5" (3.8cm) x ¾" (19cm). Includes 20X magnifier, steel roller, hammer pin, sear pin and complete instructions.
Revolver Range Rods Brownells.
Tells Instantly If Barrel & Cylinder Are In Perfect Alignment-Match & Service Grade Available
Lets you know instantly if a revolver barrel and cylinder are in perfect alignment and if cylinder crane or yoke has been sprung, thus throwing axis of each out of line with axis of barrel bore . . . for timing - “accuracy jobs” . . . locating cause of lead splatter . . . professional service inspections. An excellent tool to use when demonstrating to a customer “why”!
The handle with knurled grip end is threaded to take any of the interchangeable heads, with sizes carefully selected to indicate very small misalignments. The .38 caliber heads are available in two diameters, one for Match guns that must be dead on for best performance and one for Service guns which aren’t always thoroughly clean and don’t have to meet quite as fine an accuracy standard. And, there’s a special head for the S&W K-22 which has a slightly undersized bore.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:479
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:481
SPECS: 10½” (26.7cm) long handle. 2½” (6.3cm) long heads made of steel hardened to Rc 52-54. Includes instructions. Heads interchange on handle except .17 Cal. Range Rod Handle fits only the .17 Cal. Range Rod Head. Combo includes Handle, one (1) Head and Instructions. Master Kit contains one (1) .22 to .45 Cal. Range Rod Handle and one (1) .17 Cal. Range Rod Handle, plus one (1) each of following heads: .17 Cal., .22LR, K-22, .22 Magnum, .32-20, .32 S&W/H&R Magnum, .38/.357 Match, .38/.357 Service, .41 Magnum, .44/40, .44/.44 Magnum, .45 ACP/.45 Colt in a fitted Storage Box. Match Kit has one (1) Handle, six Heads (all except the .38/.357 Service and K-22 Heads) in a fitted Storage Box. Add-On Kit includes one (1) .17 Cal. Range Rod Handle, plus one each of following heads: .17 Cal., K-22, .22 Magnum, .32-20, .38/.357 Service, .44/40, plus pre-cut foam to accommodate all items in existing Range Rod Match Kit box. See chart for Head only and Combo Stock #’s.
Front Sight Tool (hex) Glock.
GLOCK® Front Sight Tool (HEX)
“GLOCK” is a federally registered trademark of Glock, Inc. and is one of many trademarks owned by Glock, Inc. or Glock Ges.m.b.H. Brownells is an independent dealer of parts and accessories for Glock® pistols, and is not affiliated with or endorsed by Glock, Inc. or Glock Ges.m.b.H. The use of Glock on this page is merely to advertise the sale of Glock parts or components. As indicated in the product descriptions, not all parts and accessories on this site are official Glock products.
1911 Extractor Removal Tool Brownells.
Fast, Damage-Free Extractor Removal
Simple, dual-purpose tool prevents scarred breech faces, scratched slides and gives fast, easy extractor removal every time. Handle end of tool helps depress the firing pin to remove the stop, spring and pin. Lever end reaches easily into the slide, moves the extractor to the side, presses it far enough to the rear for easy removal.
1911, Issue:11, Page:053
1911, Issue:11, Page:060
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:144
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:149