Wheeler™ AR - 15 Combo Tool with Torque Wrench

Item # WX2-222166

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Wheeler™ AR - 15 Combo Tool with Torque Wrench. Cover most of your service needs with just 1 tool!

An armourer's best friend! This Combo Tool's durable steel construction allows for the use of hardened steel barrel nut pins designed to hold up to heavy torque requirements. It's coupled here with a Torque Wrench to ensure proper barrel nut torque for maximum accuracy.

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  • Cutout for 1/2" drive for use with torque wrench or ratchet driver
  • Profiles for buffer tube lock nut and flash hider included
  • Includes bit driver and bit holder with 6 common bits. Measures 16 1/2"l. Wrench measures 21"l.

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    This was a great buy. I bought it because none of my usual wrenches would bunge a really tough gorilla-torqued barrel nut (not from SG), and this one combined with the torque wrench for leverage did it the first time, with no sweat. This is the best I've had. It is a C shaped wrench, not needing the front sight off, and grabs a barrel nut with pins on either side of the wrench, my others were 1 sided. I can't say enuf good things about this. My last barrel wrench.
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