Though working on an AR-15 may be a fairly simplified gunsmithing task, assembling and customizing requires some basic AR-15 tools. A vice block gives you the ability to work on your AR-15 without concerns over damaging the lower receiver. The vice block is inserted into the lower receiver magazine well and locks into place to serve as a stable clamping surface. An upper receiver action block securely positions and shields a standard A2 or flat top upper receiver for barrel installation and removal. Blocks are valuable tools for AR-15 gunsmithing. You also can complete a number of tasks with one multipurpose tool for the AR15. Our multi-tool assists with the installation and disassembly of free float tubes, barrel nuts, compensators, and carbine stocks. Whenever you assemble the AR-15, you can make it exactly the way you want it. Or you can upgrade your existing rifle with add-ons. So keep AR-15 tools in your work area that are made for specific tasks.
Build and Upgrade with Useful Tools for the AR-15 Gun\t
Before you can even consider working on or modifying your rifle, you’ve got to have tools for the AR-15 gun at your side. Whether you’re an expert gunsmith or just a gun owner who’s good with your hands, you’ll want to see our individual tools, kits and sets. An armorer’s punch set contains hammers and various punches, while a universal sight tool can be essential in installing, removing or adjusting gun sights. When working on your rifle, organize your AR 15 parts and tools to ensure you have everything you need. Be ready with the right tools for the AR-15 gun and a packed repair kit. Once you’ve got the tools covered, get busy!