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    Posted: October/29/2019 at 12:42
I looked on line and saw nothing - can anyone provide a list of tools included in this kit? 
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That seems crazy high, especially considering I have built lots of ARs and don't have half those tools.

Then again, if you want the ultimate AR tool kit, that should get you close.

A few of the tools are A2 specific, meaning you'll get nothing out of a front site post tool or a thing for taking off handguards - the latter of which I never understood anyway.

The wrench you need, a punch set you need, the rest is fluff.

In my opinion.

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thats looks pretty complete. The only thing i see missing that i like to use is a set of smooth jaw pliers to install the bolt release pin. Much better than using a pumch
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It comes in a really cool box!
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

It comes in a really cool box!


I bet that clinches a lot of sales!
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I wanted to post earlier, but when I tried to take inventory of my tools I realized they were spread from here to half past tomorrow. I've used all of them at least once, and some of them replaced or were additional options to tools I already had. Some you have to have, some just make it a little easier, and some you may not need but they make it easy enough that you have to have them. After you've looked for enough of those damit springs, you'll invest in the tools. You can just about put an AR together with a pipe wrench (don't recommend it), a crescent wrench, a hammer and some punches, but the right tools make easier and faster.
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