Ultimate Bullet Button Tool

Ultimate Bullet Button Tool

The tool mounts to "virtually any" stamped aluminum or plastic magazine. The tip is made from ABS plastic to help protect your AR-15 from scratches and it can be replaced if its damaged or wears out. This simple to use system is a "MUST SEE" for any bullet button AR user.

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Ultimate Bullet Button Tool Kit A (Metal Magazines)
Ultimate Bullet Button Tool Kit A (Metal Magazines)
Price: $5.99
SKU: TC-KITA
UPC: 000000010016
In stock
as of 05/23/2018 5:31PM CST


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Fountain Valley, CAMore than 10
Plano, TXOut of stock



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Kit A: METAL magazine installation (pack of four) 
• Fits all metal magazines with a removable baseplate. 

Kit B: PMAG/polymer magazine installation (pack of four) 
• Fits polymer magazines that are already blocked and sealed. 

No more having to swap hands to reload. No more keeping a bullet or other tool in your pocket. No more having your tool slip off your finger or squeeze it too hard. No more getting your leg wacked by a tool attached to a retractable chain. Most importantly, no more accidentally committing a felony by leaving your tool attached to your bullet button. 

The tool mounts to "virtually any" stamped aluminum or plastic magazine. The tip is made from ABS plastic to help protect your AR-15 from scratches and it can be replaced if its damaged or wears out. This simple to use system is a "MUST SEE" for any bullet button AR user. 

All research done on the CA DOJ website, as well as feedback from gun shop owners, parts dealers, and contributors to previous Calguns.net threads, indicate that this tool complies with CA DOJ regulations. What makes it compliant is that once a modified magazine is inserted into the mag-well it becomes part of the rifle, rendering the tool "unusable". It still requires another modified magazine (or other tool) to remove the magazine from the rifle. However, it is not officially approved by CA DOJ.


Customer Reviews
(5.00)
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 3/31/2012, said:
This is the best tool I have tried yet. Very handy.
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