Fix It Sticks Releases the AR Field Armorer’s Toolkit

There are those “universal tools” that can be used for everything from working on the car, the computer, or other household tasks. Of course, there are also specialty wrenches that you’ll need when working in the garage, and those will be different from what you’d want to use while servicing your pricey AR-15. In other words, having the right tool for the job is always the first step to a job done right.

Fix It Sticks AR Field Armorer's Toolkit
Quality firearms should be worked on with the right tools – and the Fix It Sticks was designed specifically for the AR platform.

Fix It Sticks, the maker of modular firearms maintenance tools and torque limiters, has just introduced its AR Field Armorer’s Toolkit designed to cover the needs of the most popular and customizable rifle platform. Specifically outfitted to service AR platform firearms, the new toolkit features an assortment of the most important specialized and general-use tools, bits, and a torque driver to properly set up, maintain, and accessorize any AR rifle or pistol.

Developed with input from gunsmiths, competitive shooters, law enforcement and military, and optics and accessory manufacturers, the kit was designed for use on the workbench but was also made to be portable enough for a trip to the range, or out in the field. It is also compact enough that it can be stored in a vehicle or ATV.

As its name suggests, the AR Field Armorer’s Toolkit has AR platform-specific tools and components, including a .223 Bolt Scraper, .308 Bolt Scraper, Castle Nut Wrench, A2 Sight Adjuster, AR-15 Extractor Tool, AR10 Extractor Tool, Pivot Pin Punches, Bolt Catch Pin Punch, and an AR Bench Block. Other components include the most commonly needed hex bits and punches, a brass hammerhead, a cleaning brush, a magnetic tray to prevent losing small parts, and a take-down brass cleaning rod.

It also comes with a Fix It Sticks Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive and a Mini-All-In-One Torque limiter – while the Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive works with any quarter-inch hex bit, and also allows the use of tools that require a pulling motion such as the cleaning rods.

The AR Field Armorer’s Toolkit Tool Selection:

  • Ratchet T-Handle w/Locking Hex Drive
  • All-in-One Torque Driver (15-65 in-lbs)
  • Extension/punch holder
  • 8-32 adapter
  • 1/2-inch socket and 1/4-inch bit adapter set
  • Set of Two Brass Cleaning Rods (accepts 8-32 threaded attachments)
  • Cleaning Brush
  • Steel Pick
  • Bronze Scraper
  • Castle Nut Wrench
  • .223 Bolt Group Scraper
  • .308 Bolt Group Scraper
  • A2 Sight Adjuster
  • Non-marring Plastic Pin Punch
  • Brass Hammer Head
  • AR10 Extractor Tool
  • AR15 Extractor Tool
  • Roll Pin Starter Punches (1/16-inch, 5/64-inch 3/32-inch, 1/8-inch)
  • Roll Pin Punches (1/16-inch, 5/64-inch 3/32-inch, 1/8-inch)
  • Pivot Pin Punches (AR10, AR15)
  • Bolt Catch Pin Punch (With Nylon Surface Protector)
  • Twenty-Two 1/4-inch Bits (1-inch in length):
  • Torx: T8, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27
  • Hex: 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, .050-inch, 1/16-inch, 5/64-inch, 3/32-inch, 7/64-inch, 1/8-inch, 5/32-inch,  3/16-inch, 1/4-inch
  • Screwdriver: P1, P2, SL3/32-inch
  • Magnetic Tray
  • Bench Block

The AR Field Armorer’s Toolkit comes with a soft carrying case that features molded-in bit holders designed to hold any bit or accessory with a standard 1/4-inch Base, as well as any 8-32 threaded component. Elastic mesh pockets hold other tools and accessories as needed.

The AR Field Armorer’s Toolkit is now available with an MSRP of $368.00.

Peter Suciu is a Michigan-based freelance writer who regularly covers firearms related topics and military history. As a reporter, his work has appeared in dozens of magazines, newspapers, and websites. Among those are The National Interest, Forbes, and many others. He has collected military small arms and military helmets most of his life, and just recently navigated his first NFA transfer to buy his first machine gun. He is co-author of the book A Gallery of Military Headdress, which was published in February 2019. It is his third book on the topic of military hats and helmets.

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