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AR-15 and M4 Collapsible Stock Combo Tool M4 Combo and Disassembly Rugged Metal Construction

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AR-15 and M16 combo tool for removing stocks, flash suppressors, and barrels. Will also remove M4style stocks. Heavy duty construction. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"Solid, rugged & durable. Need I say more? This tool has everything needed to work on your rifle!!"
4.0 5
"The photo doesn't show how nice of a tool this is. It's big and seems sturdy. Nice exterior finish."
5.0 5
"A must have if you plan to do any dis-assembly on your AR. Good quality and heavy duty construction will make this last through many builds."
2.0 5
"What a piece of junk! I bought this to loosen the locking ring on my AR. All it did was scratch it up. Wouldn't even budge it. And on top of that the slot for the flash suppressor wouldn't fit either."
2.0 5
"I got it to put a single point ring on the back of my RRA M4 clone. Because it is thickly powder coated it slipped off the retaining bolt for the adjustable but stock tube MULTIPLE times. When the coating came off the metal tool was actually poorly made and soft. It chewed up my tube threads. I had to use a breaker bar and a LOT of pressure to make it work and when I was done I ended up with a messed up tube. Spend the money and get a better quality tool on this one. The fact that it eventually worked (albeit with a LOT of cussing) was the only reason I gave it 2 bullets."
4.0 5
"Don't let the picture fool you... this is quite a hefty and rugged tool. The material is strong and well constructed. A must-have for stock assembly/disassembly. Not recommended for novices. If used incorrectly, you could damage the stock tube threads. Read an AR-15 gunsmithing book first!"