Wheeler FAT (Firearm Accurizing Torque) Torque Wrench Screwdriver

  • Product #: 718023
  • Manufacturer #: 553556
  • UPC #: 661120535560
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Wheeler FAT (Firearm Accurizing Torque) Torque Wrench Screwdriver
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Product Overview

The Wheeler Engineering FAT Wrench is a hand driven, click/clutch style torque wrench that is very useful for applying the necessary torque to most firearm and firearm accessory fasteners. The FAT Wrench features a thick ergonomic handle, a standard 1/4" drive tip, and can be used to apply torque from 10 to 65 in-lbs at 5 in-lb increments. Common uses include, but are not limited to: installation of scope ring and base screws, action screws and trigger guard screws. With proper care and use, the FAT Wrench will provide a lifetime of reliable service. Includes 9 bits, a square drive adapter and plastic hard case.

 

Features

  • Bits made from S2 tool steel, hardened to 56 Rockwell hardness
  • Adjustment range from 10 in/lbs to 65 in/lbs
  • Accuracy +/- 2 in/lbs up to 40 in/lbs; +/-5% at 40-65 in/lbs

Kit Includes:

  • Leupold/Buehler windage bit
  • #10 flat blade bit
  • #11 flat blade bit
  • #32 flat blade bit
  • 3/32" Allen bit
  • 5/32" Allen bit
  • T10 Torx bit
  • T15 Torx bit
  • T20 Torx bit
  • Square drive adapter bit
  • Injection molded hard polymer case
Additional Information
WARNING: Cancer - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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