We help you build your AR platform rifle by steering you in the right direction. We also like to make it convenient and easy for you along the way. That said, we've put together a little tool kit, so you don't have to figure out what tools you'll need along the way. Yup, we've already done the leg work for you.
In this kit, you get a mag vise block (AR-15 size), a pin punch set, an armorer's wrench, and a brass hammer. If you've got a vise and the right goop (anti-seize compound, moly grease, etc.), we'll take care of the tools. See below for more details, and happy building!
Mag Vise Block:
- Made from high-grade polymer
- Will not crush or distort when held in a vise
Pin Punch Set
- Made from chrome moly vanadium steel
- Will not bend or break when used properly
- Heavy duty steel
- Barrel nut wrench
- Muzzle break wrench
- Install or disassemble nuts, compensators and buffer tubes
- 3 point castle nut wrench
- Heavy duty Ergonomic handle
- 1/2” drive
- 1/4” drive
- 7/16" hex
- 1/4" hex
The armorer's wrench can be used on the following parts of the build process:
- Barrel nuts
- Castle nuts
- Flash hiders
- Muzzle brakes
- Free float quad rails
Brass Gunsmithing Hammer
- Brass head with a wooden handle
- 9 1/8" long
- Weighs 3 oz.
- 5/8" head diameter
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