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ohhunt® AR-15 Armorer's Wrench

ohhunt® AR-15 Armorer's Wrench

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AR-15 Armorer's Wrench:

Used for building and maintaining AR-15 rifles. Installs / removes barrel and castle nuts, flash hiders and muzzle brakes.
  • Type: AR-15 Armorer’s Wrench
  • Finish: Black Oxide
  • Material: 4140 powder coated steel
  1. Install and disassemble free float tubes, USGI barrel nuts, and most free float tube barrel nuts.
  2. Receiver tube stock nut wrench old style 1 point
  3. Tube stock castle nut wrench new style 3 point
  4. A1/A2 flash hider slot/receiver extensions
  5. ½” drive opening for torque wrench or socket wrench
  6. Spanner/Stock Wrench & 1911 Barrel Bushing Combo Wrench
  7. Use this wrench to work on older A1 stocks, but still works on castle nuts if needed.
  8. 1911 Barrel Bushing Wrench built into the handle. A must have for any range bag or tool kit.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Adrian F.

nice product


AR-15 Armorer's Wrench

Out of spec

Out of spec. The castle nut part works but the section for removing d-ring nut was off by about 2mm. Rounded off the teeth making it impossible to salvage


Much better than the one have been using . This one is great and strong. Did not cam out during torqueing barrel nut.

Pretty good armorer's wrench

I recently did my first build with a Rainer select barrel on a Standard mil-spec receiver with a Aero Precision hand guard. The Aero Precision barrel nut is a royal pain to find the correct wrench for. I returned two before keeping this one. I had to file down two of the pins until they were in the correct location to torque the barrel nut. The pins were in the right place, just a little mis-aligned. The wrench worked just fine after filing. And the Castle nut side also works fine. I haven't put on a muzzle compensator yet, but there are lots of standard wrenches that can do that job so I probably wouldn't use this wrench for that job anyway. It's a good wrench. Not a great wrench, but it was only $25.00.

Francisco T.

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