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Fire Arm Torque Wrench #8144880 01/27/21 02:32 AM
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What is your go to inch lb. torque wrench? Digital or other? Gotta get one. I have looking at the Wheeler digital brand. These sellers are something else...selling this digital brand from $55.00 to $254.00


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My go to for 0-25 is a Utica screwdriver type, everything else is a Snap On ratchet type.

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I use the Wheeler Fat wrench and like it. Prior to that I used a beam style torque wrench. I found it to be very inaccurate.


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F.A.T. wrench.


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Another...FAT wrench


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Wheeler Firearms Accurizing Torque Wrench with Inch/Pounds Measurement, Bits and Storage Case for Scope Mounting, Gunsmithing and Maintenance


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FAT wrench.

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Me too, FAT wrench. Do NOT buy the whole lapping kit. I did. A good extra set of gunsmith quality bits are a great accessory.

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FAT wrench and use another bit kit when the FAT doesn't have what I need

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FAT wrench

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I have a FAT wrench and a 1/4 inch drive 20-200 inch pound ratcheting torque wrench.


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Home Depot

1/4 drive Torx bit set
1/4 drive Allen bit set

Old guns still have the retarded flathead screws in places. FAT wrench comes with some flathead bits.


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Re: Fire Arm Torque Wrench [Re: Ed Jr.] #8145647 01/27/21 06:24 PM
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Looks like the majority rules. Thanx


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got me thinking...anyone recommend a good set of bits?

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Originally Posted by Korean Redneck
got me thinking...anyone recommend a good set of bits?


I have a few of these between the house and lease. Highly recommend and it's 50% off right now at Kmart

https://www.kmart.com/craftsman-ult.../p-00920050000P?sid=KDxBU3xKOxGGxDTxSURF

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Originally Posted by Korean Redneck
got me thinking...anyone recommend a good set of bits?


I said Home Depot, but I failed to mention their Husky brand. I've got a shop and a truck full of tools. In the rare occasion I need something, Husky is what I gravitate to. They've been quite good.

Damn shame what happened to Craftsman.


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Originally Posted by FiremanJG
F.A.T. wrench.

Yep, love mine. Need some new bits though. I’ve lost several of mine.


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Fix It Sticks set is small and nice

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Originally Posted by TLew
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got me thinking...anyone recommend a good set of bits?


I have a few of these between the house and lease. Highly recommend and it's 50% off right now at Kmart

https://www.kmart.com/craftsman-ult.../p-00920050000P?sid=KDxBU3xKOxGGxDTxSURF


There's still a Kmart!!!!!!

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got me thinking...anyone recommend a good set of bits?


I said Home Depot, but I failed to mention their Husky brand. I've got a shop and a truck full of tools. In the rare occasion I need something, Husky is what I gravitate to. They've been quite good.

Damn shame what happened to Craftsman.


I was looking more for a brand, thx. I realize I only have construction bits.

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Can the FAT wrench be used to UNSCREW these small screws or just torque down?


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Originally Posted by Ed Jr.
Can the FAT wrench be used to UNSCREW these small screws or just torque down?


Yes to both

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Originally Posted by TLew
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Can the FAT wrench be used to UNSCREW these small screws or just torque down?


Yes to both


Thanx.....


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I bought this and a FAT wrench a few years back. Has everything you will need and then some.

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