GTUL & Magazine Brush Combo for Glock 9mm / .40S&W
* PLEASE READ FOR TEN ROUND CLINTON MAGAZINES *
The technique for these magazines can be slightly different than hi caps. The design makes it difficult to push the reinforcement plate into the mag body more than a quarter of an inch. To start, place GTUL on the mag, then push the punch down and forward of the retaining pin. Squeeze GTUL while keeping downward pressure with the punch. Use the punch and leverage it against the front edge of the retaining pin to slide the floorplate off. I have found some ten round magazines where the punch can be moved side to side and worked down in front of the reinforcement plate. This allows you to disassemble these magazines like a hi cap.
The GTUL Glock Magazine Disassembly Tool removes the floorplate of 9MM/40S&W magazines while preventing wear on the locking tabs and damage to the metal liner. The tool helps keep your magazines clean and help prevent loose fitting floorplates. The GTUL will withstand thousands of cycles.
The magazine cleaning brush is designed for use with the Magazine Disassembly Tool. The handle has a metal punch which can be used to depress the retaining pin on Glock magazines. The brush is used to clean away dirt, grime, and powder residue from inside the magazine tube and other parts. A qualified gunsmith can use the punch to disassemble a Glock pistol. This brush can be used with any Glock magazine, as well as Para, SVI, STI mags, BHP and Beretta magazines.