31-002779

Gerber MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool

Gerber MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool

Description

The Gerber MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool features a magnetic bit driver which accepts standard sized bits and is accompanied by a bit set that includes flathead, Phillips, hex and Torx bits commonly needed for adjusting optics and accessories.

Features

  • Spring Loaded, Forged Steel Needle Nose Plier Jaws
  • Wire Cutter and Wire Striper
  • Full-Size Serrated Blade
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$200.00
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$125.67
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MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool

Gerber's eFECT was the world's first military-grade multi-tool designed specifically for the AR-15 / M4 / M16 weapon system. The MP1-AR is the next evolution; a full-size multi-tool featuring implements needed for cleaning and maintaining the weapon system, along with vital everyday tools for the field. The MP1-AR features a pin punch for take-down pins, a contoured carbon scraper for cleaning the bolt and inside the bolt carrier, and a dental style carbon pick for cleaning the bolt's ejector area and other hard-to-reach parts of the weapon.

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 The bit set also includes a front sight adjustment tool for iron sights and a pin punch for trigger assemblies. Also found on the tool are full-size serrated and fine edge blades, and spring loaded jaws made of forged steel, providing the ultimate in jaw strength. The MP1-AR also includes a MOLLE compatible coyote nylon sheath. Proudly built in Portland, OR.

Features:

  • Full-size fine edge blade
  • Takedown pin punch
  • Carbon scraper
  • Dental style carbon pick
  • Magnetic bit driver
  • MOLLE compatible coyote nylon sheath
  • 12-piece bit set, includes
    -Torx bits
    -Hex bits
    -Philips bits
    -Front sight adjustment tool
    -Trigger assembly pin punch



Tech Specs:

  • Closed length: 4.3"
  • Overall length: 7.3"
  • Blade length: 2.75"
  • Weight: 9.7oz (with sheath)
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Gerber MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool 31-002779 MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool
$125.67
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