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AR-15 Armorer's Wrench For Free Float Barrel Nut Castle Nuts

AR-15 Armorer's Wrench For Free Float Barrel Nut Castle Nuts

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Features Of AR-15 Armorer's Wrench:

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

Type: AR-15 Wrench
Applicable Firearms: AR-15 M4 M16

Color: Black
Material: Coated Steel
Pieces: 1

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djl526blue
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.

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Francisco T.

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