Spikes Tactical Trigger Guard Installation Block
- Securely hold a trigger guard during installation
- Easier and faster installation
There are a lot of tools on the market that are supposed to make it easier for the armorer to build a rifle. Most tools do something akin to what they’re marketed for, while others only end up making the work more complicated and a bigger profit for the manufacturer. Spike’s Tactical only makes tools that really have a job to do and do it well. Case in point, Spikes Tactical Trigger Guard Installation Block, it’s a simple trigger guard tool that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg but does important work.
Simple Design Simplifies the Job
Spike’s tactical Trigger Guard installation block is designed to be your best friend when installing trigger guards in a new build or upgrading the trigger guard in your existing rifle. The Block is an understated polymer block with a pin at one corner and an open hole in the other, but what it does is so much more than what it is. Spike’s block makes the removal and installation of pinned trigger guards a much smoother operation than ever before.
Protect Your Investment
When you use Spikes Tactical Trigger Guard Installation Block you don’t have to worry about damaging your receiver or your trigger guard. The Block is made from an industrial strength polymer that won’t mar your finishes but can stand up to the pounding required in pin installations. It supports your lower during installations and removal. You don’t have to worry about hurting your lower when you use Spikes Installation Block to keep everything in line and supported during trigger guard installation.
How Does It Work?
When you need to install a trigger guard just fit it to your lower and slip the assembled pieces onto the pin in Spike’s Installation Block. That pin holds your parts in line while the block supports your lower so you can properly start your roll pin. Once that pin is started, you can move your receiver to the open portion of the block for support while you seat the pin.
When you need to remove a roll pin, center it over the open hole in Spike’s trigger guard tool and use your punch to drive it out. Your parts are supported and remain unblemished while the pin can pass through the block and come out with none of the instability that you have to deal with without a proper support surface. The small investment you make in the Spikes Tactical Trigger Guard Installation Block is nothing compared to the value it delivers.
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