I made a glock tool for $1. The tool is shown above (the quarter is for scale) and fits to push out all the pins in the lower of my 26 just fine. I bought a set of 8 small screwdrivers at the 99 cents store. Two of them were just the right diameter to make the tool (plus the other screwdrivers won't go to waste either). This tool took me ten minutes to make. I ground the tip of it flat, and slightly chamfered the edges of the tip with the wire brush wheel on the grinder - (grinding a chamfer would remove too much metal i think.) The handle was way too small to get a good grip so to make it bigger, i used two pieces of rubber tubing, one inside the other, and trimmed them with a razor blade. I used tire patch glue to hold them on, and this wasn't a good choice, but it will suffice (a few dots of JB weld, or 3m weatherstripping cement, would hold the tubing on much more securely).