First Look: Fix It Sticks Compact Pistol Kit

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posted on August 4, 2021
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Fix It Sticks is introducing a new tool kit specifically designed for handgun shooters, the Compact Pistol Kit. The kit is meant to work with a wide array of handguns and features a selection of tools, wrenches, hex bits and even a variable torque driver.

This range of components can handle almost any maintenance or setup task you might run into, yet the Compact Pistol Kit is only slightly larger than a box of ammo, which makes it the perfect size to throw in a range bag.
 

The kit comes with the Fix It Sticks Ratcheting T-Handle for maximum utility as well as the Mini All-In-One Torque Driver for adjust most common handgun optics. Other pistol specific components in the kit include a Glock sight tool and 1911 bushing wrench.

Compact Pistol Kit includes the following parts, tools and bits:

  • Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive
  • Mini All-In-One Torque Driver
  • Steel Pick
  • Cleaning Brush Bit
  • Aimpoint Bit
  • Glock Sight Tool
  • 1911 Bushing Wrench
  • 3/32 inch Pin Punch
  • ⅛-inch Pin Punch
  • Four brass rods
  • Set of two 8-32 adapters
  • 12 Electroless Nickel Plated Bits: T6, T8, T10, T15, P1, H1.5 mm, H2 mm, H3 mm, H1/16, H5/64, H3/32 Extended Bit (for adjusting hard to reach screws on optics), SL5 mm
  • Compact Carrying Case

 
The Compact Pistol Kit is enclosed in a soft zippered carrying case with a molded low profile bit holder designed to hold any bit/accessory with a standard ¼-inch base (including Fix It Sticks Torque Limiters), and any 8-32 threaded component. At just over 6 1/2 inches long by 2 1/2 inches wide by 1 1/2 inches tall, the kit can easily fit into a glove compartment, tool storage compartments or range bags, insuring you'll have the tools on-hand to keep your favorite pistol up and running.

The Compact Pistol Kit has an MSRP of $180, and more information on this product and other items from Fix It Sticks is available at fixitsticks.com.

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