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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Just figuring it'd be interesting to see what everyone is using..

1. DPMS Multi-use AR wrench
2. Brass Punch set
3. Rubber mallet
4. Gerber Tool
5. Various sized hex and star head wrenches (the little L shaped ones)
6. BFH and BFW as appropriate :)
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
- A can of BreakFree CLP
- A bag of Tostitos
- Some old Victoria's Secret catalogs (much better than a old tablecloth)
- My XD (in case the AR starts to get silly with me)
- A jig welder
- A small collection of porcelain Buddhas (to cheer me on)
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
about the same
and a upper vice block



jig welder ??????? :-D I use mig or stick, wish I had access to a Tig @ work also....would make those pin and weld jobs easier :twisted:
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
I only screw around with the lowers. I dont fool around with bbls and gas blocks etc. I buy my uppers complete, so all i need is a punch, hex, detent tool, mallet, and a stock wrench.



 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
I only screw around with the lowers. I dont fool around with bbls and gas blocks etc. I buy my uppers complete, so all i need is a punch, hex, detent tool, mallet, and a stock wrench.
Wussy :p

I am diving into the world of removing my FSP to put in a gas block so we'll see how much damage I do.

Maybe I should teach my wife how to shoot my AR.

hmmmmmm
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
- 1 Gallon ZipLock bag, when working with pins under spring pressure.
- Hemostats work well for holding those little pins, too.
 
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