Featured New Glock Magazine Disassembly Tool

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by GeePlate, Mar 29, 2018.

  1. GeePlate

    GeePlate

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    I’m adding this at the top because I am getting bombarded with messages from people who want to buy it now.

    I am still testing this. I will not release a product that is not perfect. Give me a couple of weeks to work out the kinks and make it perfect
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    So I was driving down the road and I was thinking, how can I make the magazine baseplate removal easier.

    And I came up with this. I would like to hear opinions about it.

    Note that the video below is a new video showing how the tool can work on 9mm - .45 original Glock magazine base plates and also on our current line of GeePlates for the same calibers.

    If there will be demand, I might produce it commercially.

     
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  2. powernoodle

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    I think you would definitely sell those if the price is right. Glock mags are a bugger to disassemble. I've been doing it for almost 25 years and still end up speaking Klingon before its over.
     

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    Neat tool, could be a good seller....maybe even GLOCK would be interested?
     
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    Where can I send my money?


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  6. mikeshauling

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    Thats as easy as i have ever seen anyone pull a plate off their mag !! Price will be your biggest factor in how the sales go on these i bet.
     
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    If you keep it cheap, you will probably sell tens of thousands of those.
     
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    Two please!! :cheers:
     
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    Very clever,nicely done! I agree with the others,if you can keep the price low you’ll sell a bunch.
     
  10. TNRonin

    TNRonin Happy g21/g19 /g43 owner! Millennium Member

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    I'd be in for a couple if the are priced right.
    Make it day glo and figure out how to store the pieces together. You know they will be lost. Maybe snap them together some how.

    Sent from my POS SM-T530NU using Tapatalk. please excuse my typos, spell check sucks!
     
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    This is my first post and- I'd like to say..... hell yeah I would buy that, make a small/large frame set though for those who have both. I just bought some Geeplates the other day, just sayin .....really like the quality!
     
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    I need one made specifically for the Pearce extensions.
     
  13. Ahmid

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    Me too, I need one bad...
     
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    GeePlate,

    Great design. I think you will do great :)
     
  15. GeePlate

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    Glad to see the interest. What do you guys think is a fair price? $10? $20? More?
     
  16. GeePlate

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    Thanks,

    I will have a bigger version for sure to cover the 45 and 10mm magazines.
     
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    I'd give twenty bucks for one..
     
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    Attach the 2 pieces so they can't be separated and lost (simple cord, or cable). Consultation fee = 2 units
     
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    I think any dollar figure under $20 will be your sweet spot. I drop twamps on just about anything to give it a try at least once.
     
  20. El Pistolero

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    I think if you were able to sell them for $15 with shipping included they would sell like hot cakes. Mailing first class in a small padded envelope shouldn’t cost more than $4 anywhere in the lower 48. That would depend on your manufacturing cost per item.
     
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