Features:It has two blades, one at each end, that are oriented at 90 degrees to each other. So you will always be able to engage the end cap slot, regardless of its orientation. The blades are 1/2" long to engage the end cap slot across its full width. The blades are gauged to fit most end cap slot sizes. The blades have a square profile so they won't slip out of the slot like conventional screwdriver blades.Specifications:Blades: 2 Blades Blade Length: 1/2" Blade Thickness: 0.030" Wrench Length: 6" Wrench Width: 1/2" Wrench Thickness: 1/4"
Material: 304 Stainless Steel
A full 6 inches long for more support! Most bench blocks are only 3-4 inches or round "pucks".
The polyurethane surface is raised above the aluminum channel by 1/8" to provide more protection and is bonded into the aluminum channel so it won't fall out.
A 3/4" wide "V" groove runs the full length and is perfect for supporting barrels and other round shapes.
It comes pre-drilled with numerous holes to accommodate any positioning of the part.
At 1.4 pounds, it stays put on your workbench.
Sturdy enough to be clamped in a vice for extra support.
Modify It To Suit Your Needs
The Ultimate Bench Block can be easily modified to suit your needs.
Drill holes of various sizes, either part way through or completely through the block.
Carve out specially shaped depressions in thepolyurethane to fit specific firearm parts.
66/73 Magazine Tube End Cap Wrench™ Price: $19.95 (call to order)It is difficult to find a screwdriver or bit that will fit the long, thin slot on Winchester Model 1866 and Model 1873 rifle magazine tube end caps. Plus, not all end caps have the same slot width! The 66/73 Rifle Magazine Tube End Cap Wrench is the perfect tool for loosening or tightening the end caps on Model 66/73 magazine tubes. It allows you to easily remove the end cap without damaging the slot.
Ultimate Bench Block™ Price $59.95
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The Ultimate BenchBlock™is made from heavy duty aluminum channel filled with a tough but pliable polyurethane elastomer that won't scratch or mar gun finishes.The block also can beturned over if a hard surface is necessary and protecting a finish is not a concern.