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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by GeePlate, Mar 29, 2018.
Let's see it work on a brand new mag.
It works fine on a brand new mag.
you just need to apply a bit more pressure. That’s all.
It’s a lot more expensive to make it out of metal and requires manufacturing capabilities beyond what we have.
the plastic will also not leave any marks on the base plates.
the tool works fine as long as used as intended and if you do break it, we’ll send you a new one.
I guess it’s good that it is not 3D printed, then.
The tool you posted works by pulling on the magazine baseplate hole and will leave marks.
I have one and it works great.
One for $12 shipped
Oh. Just. Stop.
Stop what? It’s not 3D printed. It’s made via injection molding.
I've had zero issues with the Gee plate products. all have worked well
Stop, as in stop trying to make it seem that a better product, made out of a superior material, that takes less effort to use, has more features, and lastly costs less is somehow inferior to yours - because it might make a "mark" on a piece of polymer(?).
Heaven forbid if someone ever got a mark or a scratch on one of their Glock magazines, rendering it completely useless
Disagree totally. If the good folks at GeePlate want a safespace to post about their product, take it to the classifieds. Putting in this General Glocking forum makes it a discussion and opinion topic.
By the way, also bought the VSM product off Amazon - thank you DrewBone for posting it - and couldn't be happier with it.
Maybe you don’t care but a common complaint I hear is that the magazine base plates get scratched and marked by those tools.
of course, you can buy what ever you wish. You don’t have to buy my product.
Those that did seem to be very happy with it.
I don’t mind if people criticize my products or compare them to other products on the market.
at the end of the day it’s the preference of the client.
I only do my best to give a good solution and good customer service / support.
Anyone who starts and runs their own business has my respect, and you clearly look to improve and innovate. That says a lot .
I do have a question, I have pinky extensions on my G42 and G26 mags and none of the products out there seem to work with or address those. Can your product be adapted or modified to work on those base plates, or have you considered making something for those?
You can get the geeplate tool and drill a hole to match where the pin is located. Then use a glock tool in that hole and the geeplate tool the same way you would use it with a G43 magazine.
I'll buy one. $15, why not? I spent more on Powerball Tickets last time, and they're just scrap paper now...in the garbage...
Seems I always end up bending the Glock Disassembly Tool trying to get that damned baseplate off, and making the hole oval, while my neighbors get an earful of new and creative words...
I too just purchased one through the site and look forward to using it. If it saves me aggravation removing one baseplate it’s worth $15 to me. Since I tend to take apart several mags at a time for cleaning and inspection I have a feeling it will be a worthwhile investment.
Just purchased, we will see if it works on a new G44 mag
The 44 magazine baseplate is tight. Make sure to keep the back of the plate flat against the tool as you apply down pressure.