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Enfield Firing Pin Removal Wrench
Item Number: TOOL022
Vital tool necessary to strip a Lee Enfield bolt or replace a firing pin. Fits the .303 MKIII, No. 4 and No. 5 Enfields. Made of 1144 stress proof steel – we couldn’t break one. -
Same as LE3067
Tell Us What You Think About This Product
7/2/2015 5:58 PM
great tool held up till i took out a bent firing pin an notches came off sarco was great about it an sent a replacement
Enfield firing pin removal wrench
2/28/2013 8:35 PM
Tool fit perfectly into the firing pin notches, i usually would have made something like this but for the price it is offered at i could not turn it down.
(calvert , TX)
9/22/2012 5:52 PM
2/3/2012 9:35 PM
Nice, brand new wrench. No problem removing firing pins from No1 & No4 Enfields. It's not built as sturdy as others I've used in the past, but gets the job done. Definitely worth the small price Sarco is asking for it. If you have an Enfield, you'll want one of these.
Yes, it can break.
9/4/2010 3:57 PM
The tool worked really well until I tried it on an Enfield bolt with a bent firing pin. (I didn't know it was bent until I finally got it out.) The "ears" broke off first, so I refiled them. The whole tool then shattered. I'm actually impressed it held together as well as it did. You'll never break one in normal use. The only reason mine broke is the bent firing pin, and I have NO idea how that ever happened. The tool is well worth the money!