The ERGO Grips Glock Modular Armorer Stand consists of a base that can be bolted onto any workbench or other solid work surface, thanks to four pre-drilled mounting holes. The base is compatible with a number of modules available from the company that fit both small- and large-frame Glock pistols.
The modules feature an integral catch that mimics the catch found in standard Glock pistol magazines, allowing the modules to lock into place, securing the pistol to the workbench and allowing users to work on the pistol without worrying about unexpected movement. The modules also present the pistol in an upright position, ensuring that Glock owners have the freedom to perform all kinds of maintenance on their guns without being limited by space constraints.
In addition to the bench-mounted base, the modules can also be secured with a bench vise or bolted directly to a workbench all by themselves. Once work is finished, all users have to do is depress the magazine-release button located on their handgun to detach it from the ERGO Grips Modular Armorer Stand.
The Modular Armorer Stand is constructed from reinforced polymer, which provides rugged durability and will withstand punishment from any tool found in the typical armorer's work kit. The polymer is also designed to be resistant to temperature and chemicals, so users won't have to worry about adverse effects from harsh gun-cleaning chemicals. The stand also includes two stainless-steel pins that lock the company's frame-specific modules into the base, ensuring that they won't move during work.
The ERGO Grips Glock Modular Armorer Stand is available with a small-frame and a large-frame module. The small-frame module fits the following Glock pistol models: G17, G17L, G19, G22, G23, G24, G26, G27, G31, G32, G33, G34 and G35. The large-frame module fits these Glock pistol models: G20, G21, G29, G30, G40, G41. The suggested retail price for the Ergo Grips Glock Modular Armorer Stand starts at $19.99. The company expects to have 1911 modules available soon.