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    Thanks for the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    we have some AR-10-only rods ordered. ETA a few weeks

    not sure about a double-ended version yet
    Double-ended sounds kinda kinky, but very practical.
    He can't shoot like that with a stock Savage and a Bushnell scope

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    Back in stock

    Barrel Torque Tool
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    Great price !--- Works Perfectly !!!! As always,Just a pleasure to deal with!
    "Rifles are better than handguns for fighting. The primary purpose for a handgun is ,to fight your way to a Rifle that you should NOT have put down in the first place " ------- Clint Smith- Owner/ Instructor; Thunder Ranch

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    Noob question....
    Can I use a barrel clamp to install the barrel on the upper instead of this torque tool?
    I have one of those Wheeler Aluminum Barrel clamps.
    Or the fact that this would be clamping forward to the gas block and far from the barrel nut be an issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniMe View Post
    Noob question....
    Can I use a barrel clamp to install the barrel on the upper instead of this torque tool?
    I have one of those Wheeler Aluminum Barrel clamps.
    Or the fact that this would be clamping forward to the gas block and far from the barrel nut be an issue?
    The purpose of this tool is to eliminate any twisting force on the barrel and receiver.

    It inserts through the receiver and directly into the barrel extension. When you torque the barrel nut the force is being transferred directly into the barrel torque tool which eliminates the possibility of any twisting force being transferred through the rifles barrel or receiver.

    This is hands down the best way to get the job done.

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    Looking sold out at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menard1098 View Post
    Looking sold out at the moment.
    we're expecting more to arrive next week.

    on the product page you can enter your email address to receive an automatic notification when they're back in stock
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    Make the double-ended unit already....

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