This tool bundle includes:
- 2011 Armorer Tool
- 2011 Armorer Block
- 10-8 Armorer Tool (color may vary from photo)
- 10-8 1911/2011 Mainspring Housing Pin Tool
- 3/32″ Pin Punch
- Grip Screw Bushing Puller screw
- 1/8″ T handle hex wrench
- Hex wrenches, L: .050″, 1/16″ (2), 1/8″
The 2011 Armorer Tool is designed to assist in the disassembly of a 9mm 1911/2011 slide.
The 9mm extractor’s claw tends to overhang the breech face, making it a challenge to cleanly push it free to remove the part for cleaning. Removing the firing pin with just a pin punch often causes firing pins to be launched all over. Our tool solves all of those issues and makes slide disassembly much less of a chore.
This 4.5″x.5″ tool is CNC machined from hardened 4140 tool steel with a black oxide finish, and will give years of service.
The features of the tool:
- Breech face spacer for removal of extractor
- Firing pin stop removal
The tool’s firing pin stop removal end will work with any caliber of 1911/2011, but the breech face spacer is only sized for a 9mm 1911 breech face.
Our 2011 Armorer Block is the next step in our evolution of bench tools, and captures all of the functions we cover in the STI 2011 factory armorer courses.
This 4″x1″x.75″ block is CNC machined from super tough nylon, and will give years of service. The block comes with the following Allen wrenches: 1/8″, 1/16″ (2), and .050″.
Some of the built in features of the block:
- Holding the frame upside down for grip module access
- Mainspring housing assembly/disassembly (fixture pin is permanently mounted)
- Tool-less guide rod assembly/disassembly
- Magnet to capture included Allen wrenches
The 10-8 Performance Armorer Tool is a simple nonmarring tool molded from glass reinforced nylon. It is useful for countless applications where use of metal tools can easily damage your gun, including removing the extractor in conjunction with our 2011 Armorer Tool. It is approximately 5″ long and 1/4″ in diameter, and features a rigid chisel pointed end and a semi-flexible flat blade end. Radial gripping ridges are molded into the body of the tool to prevent slipping when working with greasy parts.