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AR Takedown Tools AR-TT & Glock®-Compatible Pistol Multitool with Carrying Pouch

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Remove AR roll pins, detents, and pistol pins with ease!

The AR-TT and AR Takedown Tools Pistol Multitools provide all the tooling you need to:

  • Remove AR-type pivot and takedown pins
  • Remove stuck or stubborn trigger, hammer pins
  • Remove AR-type detents for bolt catch levels

This combo kit also provides convenient tooling to:

  • Remove GLOCK® and P80 pistol pins

The AR-TT: The Perfect Tool for Any AR Owner

The AR-TT is both a pin removal tool and a hammer! How does it work? Easy: The AR-TT features a spring pin shaft that allows you to easily hammer out stuck trigger pins and takedown pins by simply extending the tool and releasing it - delivering 5000 PSI of force when fully extended, ensuring that you remove pins and detents effectively and quickly.

It doesn't just stop at pins. The AR-TT features a 10(+)-in-one multitool design that takes care of everything from installing and removing takedown pins, trigger pins, detents, and buffer retaining detents, all the way to the maintenance and removal of your firing pin in your bolt.

The Glock® Tool: A Multi-Role Pistol Tool

The Pistol Multitool from AR Takedown Tools is an incredibly effective instrument for GLOCK®s, P80 builds, and other handguns.

With its stainless steel punch, black-oxide heat-treated steel spring body, and nylon hammer, this multitool takes care of all of your disassembly, takedown, and reassembly needs in one compact package.

Thanks to its 1/16" pin, this multitool easily installs and uninstalls small handgun pins as well as hard-to-reach components.

AR-TT Tools Specifications

  • Tool dimensions: 1/4 inch diameter, 1 1/4 inch long with 3/16 inch taper, a 3/32 inch cross hole and concave end
  • Smaller end specs: 5/32 inch and 1/16 inch reversible tip about inch long with a 1/4 inch hex base
  • The 5/32 inch tip is used for taking apart AR bolts and front detent pins. It may be even used with the M249 Feed ramp and pins!


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