Pen-shaped multitool for weapon maintenance and optics/sight adjustments. CNC machined from T-6061 aluminum, Type III Mil-spec Anodized.
DIMS: 5” x 2/3”
WEIGHT: Less than 2 oz
OPTIONS: BLK anodize finish; MULTICAM hydrodip by B5Systems.
- Aimpoint turret adjuster on rear cap
- Pocket clip is a light-duty slotted screwdriver
- Heavy-duty dental pick with brass shank
- 3/32 pin punch
- Radial carbon scraper
- M16A2 style FSP adjustment tool on a magnetic ¼" hex bit holder
- 10 ¼" hex bits + carrier strip
Nice craftsmanship. Small enough to fit in your bag and not notice it’s there but has enough tools to get most jobs done.
Ordered this one while headed back from an overseas RIP. QUICK and EASY for sure. Even while using gogo WiFi.
I had my eye on this tool for quite some time before I ponied up and bought one before heading out to the range on duty. I went, shot, came back to clean my weapon. The actual cleaning was fine, but once I went to put it away, I put the cleaning pick back in and tried to screw it closed, and it wouldn't close. I could hear the pick scratching the inside of the cap, and the cap would not close all the way. On the final attempt, the pick snapped off with as much effort as it had taken to open the cap. I have long liked Multitaskers products, but I was seriously let down by this product.
Made in china
Excellent tool. I liked it so much that I am giving one as a Christmas gift.
ordered a few of these for the team and they work great. always gonna have this in my kit.
Great quality. Alot of thought went into the tool.
Great products for a great price. Didn't have to second guess about myself when purchasing with skd!
This little tool is a solid gem that will now be a staple in my firearms cleaning kit for the range/field. A true utilitarian multi tool in a small, useful and well thought out design. My only gripe, and thus the reason for 4 stars is that there is no tie down point. Being that this is an item I could see putting in a pouch on my kit I would have appreciated either a hole drilled in the pen clip or some other sort of tie point. Regardless... easily fixed with a dremel. And! Thanks again SKD for the light speed shipping.