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I assume metric size?

What sizes are needed for working on this pistol?

Thank you!

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I use 1/16" for the ambi safety and sae sizes for all other pins. Ones that are just slightly small.  (obviously)

 

I'm sure metric would be "best", but these work fine.

 

Hot tip, replace the trigger pivot pin with the canick pin from CGW. 

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A standard-sized set like this will have everything you need:

 

9 Pieces Roll Pin Punch Set, Gunsmithing Kit Removing Repair Tool with Holder for Automotive, Watch Repair,Jewelry and Craft (9 Pieces new) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JNS1ZF7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_J33cDbFRP0K0D

 

I’ve always found a fractional SAE equivalent (in a snap-on set with similar sizing) which worked great.

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3 hours ago, johnbu said:

I use 1/16" for the ambi safety and sae sizes for all other pins. Ones that are just slightly small.  (obviously)

 

I'm sure metric would be "best", but these work fine.

 

Hot tip, replace the trigger pivot pin with the canick pin from CGW. 

This pin?

https://cajungunworks.com/product/18-hmr-pivot-pin/

Or

https://cajungunworks.com/product/30600-floating-trigger-pin/

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I have my first Stock II on the way. Only worked on Glocks before so I'm starting to collect tools other then one Glock punch.  

 

Ordered the punch kit shown above. (Thanks for that)

 

Any suggestions for an armorer's block? Looked at the Universal from Brownell's. 

 

Other tools I should get specifically for the Stock II?

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The Glock punch actually works on everything else except the right side safety. 

 

For armorers block a friend made me on by drilling holes to a block of scrap wood he took  from work.

 

Dremel is good for polishing things. Needle head pliers are useful. Cutting down nails for slave pins helps also. 

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