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    This 4-prong front sight tool is designed to adjust the A2 front sight found on the AR-15, M16, and M4. It is machined from steel and has a black zinc finish to last for years. The key ring serves as a handle and helps keep the small tool accounted for.

    Features:

    - Install and adjust standard Mil-Spec A2 front sights on AR-15, M16, and M4
    - Can be used with any ¼" hex driver
    - Key ring for storage serves as a handle also
    - Black zinc plated steel

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
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    j
    j.
    Maybe it was me

    New to the AR community. This tool broke on me the first time I used it. I may have tried to force it too much or not used it 100% correctly. I will reorder later and give a follow up review to let everyone know how the new one goes. Prices and shipping from the company was excellent. Several orders from them and this is the only issue that has even slightly concerned me. Like I said though, very good chance this was my problem and not theirs.

    We are sorry to hear about this issue, the front sight tools can brake if too much force is put to them.
    M
    M.M.
    Good

    Worked, did bend ring as front sight had dried grease or something which made it difficult to turn. No biggie as replaced with larger ring and works ok. Could be a little longer for more leverage.

    Thank you for your feedback about the front sight tool. We will look into the possibility of making some improvements.
    H
    H.N.
    Good tool, BUT!

    Good tool as long as front post doesn't bottom out.

    J
    J.O.
    Review 1

    Can't get the tool between the ears on my sight. Looks like I'm not the only person with that problem.

    T
    T.M.
    Wheeler front sight tool

    Tool doesn't fit into the front sight indentations very well....might be the sight itself, or the tool. Not sure which is the problem. It's easier and faster to adjust the front sight with a loose round.