Armorer's Wrench | AR-15

$34.95
$19.99
SKU:
armors-wrench-black

Description

An Armorer's Wrench is a must-have tool for any AR-15 builder. It is designed to assist with the building of and working on both upper and lower receivers for AR15 rifles. The wrench is a multi-use wrench that offers builders several practical uses for tightening various parts on your AR-15. It can be used to install and remove barrel nuts, castle nuts, flash hiders, and muzzle brakes. An armorers wrench can also be used to install and remove free float quad rails. This armorers wrench is crafted from heavy-duty heat-treated steel, the wrench is powder coated black and weighs 18 ounces.
No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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