The Gerber Span Shotgun Tool offers 14 different functions in one solid state structure.
Why is it that the things we need are never around when we need them? An umbrella in a sudden rainstorm. A battery for a dead flashlight. Tools when your equipment fails you out in the field. Gerber understands that things don't always go to plan so being prepared can save the day - meet the Gerber Span Shotgun Solid State Tool. A compact companion that can fit in your pocket, this revolutionary tool offers 14 different functions on one solid state structure. Providing shotgun-hunting enthusiasts with essential repair and maintenance tools and proudly built in Gerber's Portland, Oregon factory, this creation is quiet, compact, and built for the field. Long story short - if you have a shotgun you need this tool.
Versatility & Pocketability
Whether you are on the hunt or at the range, Gerber knows that space is often at a premium and strives to provide you with problem-solving tools that are relevant, valuable, and justify a place in your bag. The compact span shotgun tool has everything you need and nothing that you don't - versatility is key when you are packing a heavy functional punch into a light 8 ounce package. The all-metal tool contains a choke tube wrench for pattern adjustment, a pin punch and solid tapping surface, elevation and windage scope adjustments, a 3x hex wrench, and a bottle opener for when there is something to celebrate. Engineered specifically for your weapon and crafted to last, the span shotgun tool is sure to be a favorite for years to come.
Featuring a black ceramic-coated 420HC steel chassis fashioned into a slim "T" shape, this tool was engineered to be a hard-working and comfortable partner for any task. The solid-state design offers better leveraging for the greatest possible torque, easily allowing you to modify your firearm, make field adjustments, and repair loose hardware on the go. The bit driver is positioned to afford maximum maneuverability into those hard to reach places on your weapon. The detachable bit sleeve can be added for additional support and girth, giving you a comfortable feel in hand for those long-haul days.
The bread and butter of the Span Shotgun Solid State Tool is its ability to be customized to your exact needs in the field. Boasting a , inch standard bit-tip driver and a detachable set of 6 universal bit-tips, this tool offers an unbeatable amount of functionality that is only limited to your imagination. The beauty lies in the options - whether you are tactically minded or use your shotgun for sport, you can count on it to modify and maintain the weapon you require. With this adaptable tool you won't sacrifice utility for space; your entire toolbox can fit in the palm of your hand, offering incredible value for years to come.
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