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  • jmsfmtex

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    I found this product, for cleaning the Glock 9mm and 40 S&W magazines, on another gun web site and ordered it.

    I recently received my GTUL in the mail. It arrived earlier than expected.
    After following the instructions, I found it to be very easy to remove the plate and with the brush clean the magazine. It was so simple I could not believe that someone has not invented this before. Now instead of waiting for my magazines to get nasty I will clean them more often.
    The only question I would have is when will they be coming out with a GTUL for the other calibers?
    I recommend the GTUL to anyone who wants to clean their magazines without the hassle.

    The web site is wwwmygtul.com. Go there for a video.
     

    navyguy

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    Those Glock mags are a real pain to get the base plate off. I just added a Pierce grip to my G19 mags, and really had to fight them off. I ended up putting them in a vice, lined with a thin leather strip on the jaws so as not to scratch the mags, and put pressure just below the base plate. They go back on a lot easier

    Might have to look into one of those deals.
     
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