Gerber Short Stack AR-15 Multi-Tool

May 25, 2016

Category: Gear

Whether for home protection or for target practice on the range – it’s important that your AR-15 is ready go no matter what. Due to the fact that it can be annoying having to carry around a set of tools to maintain your weapon (heck, you may even forget it at home if you aren’t careful), Gerber decided to step up to the plate. Meet the Short Stack, a multi-tool designed specifically to help you keep your rifle in working order.

Sized to easily fit into Magpul MOE and MIAD pistol grips, this tool constructed from 410 stainless steel can perform up to 15 different functions thanks to its three piece design. Whether you are looking to adjust your front site, tighten the buffer tube, or scrape your bolt carrier – this tool is ready to tackle the problem. To top it all off, you can take pride in knowing that the tool is proudly made in Portland, Oregon. Prices start at $30. [Purchase]

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