Midwest Industries Inc. recently launched a new armorer’s wrench designed to work with AR-15’s and its bigger brother, AR-10 & SR25 rifles. The new Professional Armorer’s Wrench incorporates two 1/2 inch drive sockets for attaching a torque wrench, A2 sized slots for working on muzzle devices and a “combat bottle opener” for good measure. One unique feature Midwest Industries included directly on their Armorer’s Wrench are common torque specifications for fastening barrel nuts, castle nuts and flash hiders.
Below are the features of Professional Armorer’s Wrench per Midwest Industries:
- Designed to work with 5.56 and 7.62 AR platform rifles components
- Works with encapsulated and pin style barrel nuts including the GI style nut
- Drive end for all MI free float barrel nuts (Compatible with other popular brands like BCM)
- ¾ inch wrench for A2 muzzle devices and designed to work with the thin flats on many of the popular suppressor mounts
- Castle nut driver with 3 notch engagement
- Combat bottle opener
- Small hammer head
- Torque specs features on wrench handle.
- Constructed from 4140 heat treated steel
- 1/2 Inch drive for torque wrench (2)
- Made 100% in the USA
Properly building or maintaining your AR-15 can be a complex job with lots of specialized tools. Midwest Industries simplifies and streamlines this process with a new multi-tool designed to get the job done. 100% Made in America from 4140 heat-treated steel, the Professional Armorer’s Wrench from Midwest Industries is built to last. Nothing can beat the convenience and perfect fit of a top-grade armorer’s wrench–except maybe the beer you’ll crack open with our built-in bottle opener!
Midwest Industries’ new Professional Armorer’s Wrench can be found on their website HERE, which is listed at $59.95. You can view their main page at Midwestindustriesinc.com for the rest of their products. Feel free to follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
What do you think about the new Professional Armorer’s Wrench from Midwest Industries? Since they included the bottle opener, what’s your favorite beverage for working on your guns? Also feel free to let us know what kind of build you’re planning for your first, or subsequent AR.
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