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SINCLAIR INTERNATIONAL SINCLAIR AR-15 BOLT VISE


Sinclair AR-15 Bolt Vise

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Nr produktu: 749003708 050806111509 749003708
Our bolt vise helps you disassemble your AR-15 bolt easily and without losing any parts. The main function of the tool is to compress the ejector so you can remove the spring pin easily. This enables you to release the pressure on the ejector slowly so the ejector and spring don't go flying off your workbench. The ejector and spring can be replaced if needed and the bolt reassembled easily. The tool cradles the bolt and holds it firmly in place while the screw assembly compresses the ejector. A hole in the vise allows the pin to drop free. The tool can also be used to hold the bolt securely while replacing gas rings and replacing the extractor. NOTE: We recommend you replace the ejector spring pin when reassembling if you have one available. A one sixteenth of an inch punch is required to remove the pin.
SINCLAIR INTERNATIONAL
109 109 1 PLN
749003708
Sinclair AR-15 Bolt Vise
Numer części: 14950 050806111509 Sinclair AR-15 Bolt Vise
109 PLN 75 109,00 zł *

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Sinclair AR-15 Bolt Vise

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Our bolt vise helps you disassemble your AR-15 bolt easily and without losing any parts. The main function of the tool is to compress the ejector so you can remove the spring pin easily. This enables you to release the pressure on the ejector slowly so the ejector and spring don't go flying off your workbench. The ejector and spring can be replaced if needed and the bolt reassembled easily. The tool cradles the bolt and holds it firmly in place while the screw assembly compresses the ejector. A hole in the vise allows the pin to drop free. The tool can also be used to hold the bolt securely while replacing gas rings and replacing the extractor. NOTE: We recommend you replace the ejector spring pin when reassembling if you have one available. A one sixteenth of an inch punch is required to remove the pin.