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    To be honest, my PRI block is older and does not have that thumb screw thingy. I have some other device for that application. I replaced the pin with stronger ones. The safety pins on the Tomahawk Missiles make for wonderful upper vice block pins!
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    The OP already knows about this tool from his thread on TOS, but I'll just link it here too. > https://www.2uniquellc.com/product-p...barreling-spud

    Based on the tool from this thread. > https://www.ar15.com/forums/Industry...e-/489-254215/

    Just to show that there is nothing new under the sun, the previous tools have no connection to this antique military armorer's tool to my knowledge, but they accomplish the same thing. > https://www.ar15.com/forums/AR-15/An...721634/?page=1
    Last edited by 556Cliff; 07-22-18 at 15:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 556Cliff View Post
    The OP already knows about this tool from his thread on TOS, but I'll just link it here too. > https://www.2uniquellc.com/product-p...barreling-spud

    Based on the tool from this thread. > https://www.ar15.com/forums/Industry...e-/489-254215/

    Just to show that there is nothing new under the sun, the previous tools have no connection to this antique military armorer's tool to my knowledge, but they accomplish the same thing. > https://www.ar15.com/forums/AR-15/An...721634/?page=1
    Wow. Their tools look beefy AF. Pricey, but they look like they're worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andre3k View Post
    Wow. Their tools look beefy AF. Pricey, but they look like they're worth it.

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    They are very nice, I kind of want to get another set just because.

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    I have done several hundreds and possibly as many as a thousand with the Reaction Rod. It's hands down the most versatile tool for all around upper receiver work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Iraqgunz View Post
    I have done several hundreds and possibly as many as a thousand with the Reaction Rod. It's hands down the most versatile tool for all around upper receiver work.
    This. Hands-down works every time, fast and easy.

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    I haven't bought a tool for this yet, but after taking Iraqgunz' class, I'll definitely be buying a reaction rod, and the reaction block to hold the lower.

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