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Savage Barrel Nut Wrench Kit
Savage Barrel Wrench Kit

Savage Barrel Nut Wrench Kit

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Part Number:201-123038
Savage Barrel Nut Wrench Kit
  For removal and installation of rifle barrels on the Savage 10/110 series bolt action rifles. Includes a double ended, notched barrel nut wrench with a medium duty receiver wrench and a shim for adaptation as a smooth barrel nut wrench. The double ended wrench fits both styles of notched barrel nuts and has 1/2" square holes for added leverage with a breaker bar or use with a ratchet, or torque wrench. The receiver wrench is "medium duty" and grips the receiver when removing the notched barrel nuts with the other wrench. There's a piece of shim stock to use with the receiver wrench to make it fit smooth barrel nuts.
  Please note: the "medium duty" receiver wrench works perfectly when removing notched barrel nuts, as long as the barrel nut isn't too tight. It is of similar medium duty when used as a shimmed wrench for smooth barrel nuts. Sometimes factory installed barrel nuts are torqued on so tight as to require a gunsmith grade barrel or receiver vise to get them off. However, once the original nut is off, this medium duty receiver wrench works great with the barrel nut wrench to install new barrels or swap in different barrels with ease and efficiency.
5 Stars
Fat and over 50
Wrench fit perfectly
Reviewed by:  from Arkansas . on 10/16/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Guy next door
This tool kit really surprised me. I've got several of the same barrel nut wrenched from other orders (Brownells) but this kit includes the extra wrench and they are both marketed by Wheeler Engineering. The plastic bag says made in China, but don't let that fact make you prejudiced.
Reviewed by:  from Texas. on 9/8/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Free
This product is provided free of charge with most Savage barrels sold on this EABCO website. The tools are standard Wheeler branded Savage necessities. They work well and there are many You Tube videos showing exactly how to use them properly. Thank you EABCO for making rifle builds easy and affordable.
Reviewed by:  from longwood. on 7/18/2016
5/5
5 Stars
gun owner
you'll end up using a pipe wrench and heat for the smooth nut. The notched wrench works great.
Reviewed by:  from Cortland. on 5/5/2016
5/5

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