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Old June 16th, 2020, 09:14 PM #1
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AR15 Multi Tool

Who owns one? Is it worth a damn?

Might have thought of a Father's Day gift.
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I'm curious about this myself. Somewhere I saw one that fit into an pistol grip, which seemed like a great idea...if it was a useful/decent tool to begin with. I guess the real question is, if you keep your AR well maintained at home, what tools do you really need in the field anyway?
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Old June 16th, 2020, 09:35 PM #3
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I'm curious about this myself. Somewhere I saw one that fit into an pistol grip, which seemed like a great idea...if it was a useful/decent tool to begin with. I guess the real question is, if you keep your AR well maintained at home, what tools do you really need in the field anyway?
I always seem to lose the little Magpul A2 front sight tool. Figure attaching it to a larger object may help.

Also may go for a set of gunsmith screwdrivers. That may honestly be more useful.
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I always seem to lose the little Magpul A2 front sight tool. Figure attaching it to a larger object may help.

Also may go for a set of gunsmith screwdrivers. That may honestly be more useful.
Realistically, though, how often do you mess with the sight? I mean, I guess the one time you need it...it would be nice to have the tool.

I do NOT reccomend these "gunsmith" screwdrivers
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I was very stoked that they were Made in USA But...the blades are still too thick for the needs of my old milsurps (big screw, narrow slot), and I broke the tip off of one. I can't remember exactly how (trying to turn a screw, obviously...I wouldn't use these as chisels or prybars), but that was a real bummer.

How about a FAT wrench?
https://smile.amazon.com/Wheeler-Acc...g%2C142&sr=8-3
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I have that set and it works nice. Definitely need something when the German torquing specs aren't right.
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