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The handle of the Switztool Screwdriver houses six uniquely different precision crafted tool blades, which remain secure in the handle at all times and therefore cannot be lost. Each tool arm locks into position in the center of the handle providing almost 3 inches of unobstructed view and working clearance.

Precision crafted tool blades are cold formed from tough aircraft grade AISI-S2M chrome-vanadium-molybdenum alloy and extra hardened for long life. Ergonomically designed, high-torque handle, molded from rugged, fiber-reinforced composite material.

The CED 1911 Toolkit is a special Switztool screwdriver designed to provide the necessary tools to completely disassemble Colt 1911 and many similar style guns, such as Springfield, Para-Ordnance, Kimber, Auto Ordnance, and others. The CED 1911 Toolkit will also handle many of the "after market" accessories used on these guns including extended magazine catches, adjustable rear sights, and recoil spring guide rods.

Guns are expensive items, and most owners take pride in their appearance. Nothing will ruin the appearance quicker than screws damaged by ill-fitting screwdrivers. The CED 1911 Toolkit has the optimum sized tool blades, hollow ground to preserve the appearance of the screw whilst providing maximum torque to remove even the most stubborn screw.


Description Part No. Price ($Aus)
All models except  CED 1911 Toolkit 15101, 15102, 15103, 15104, 15105, 15106, 15107 26.00
CED 1911 Toolkit 45.00


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