Front Sight Post Tool

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  • Availability

    Available for purchase at one of our online distributors & dealers

  • California Consumers

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  • Weight
    1 lbs
  • SKU
    AA1401A

Made to fit the front sight post of the SLR, SAM, and all other rifles and pistols of the same platform, this precision tool is divided into 32 micrometer numbers and is strategically marked for better visibility and adjustment. It comes complete with a step-by-step operators manual.

This Front Sight Post Adjustment Tool, once available only to the military (Arsenal, Incs Military CAGE Code 4UBG6), is now available to sell to the public as part# AA1401A.

This AK elevation wrench is made of heavy duty, solid tooling stainless steel that has been heat treated and chrome plated to insure that its lifetime warranty is never used. With the protective chrome finish, it is designed to work and survive in the harshest environments. Born out of necessity for the military, this tool is able to accomplish its mission, where competitors products fail and either break themselves or break the weapons they are being used on. Fully indexed for micro-elevation adjustments, this precision tool comes complete with an instruction manual, detailing use on most AKs and a test target for zeroing applications. The instruction manual has easy to read step-by-step instructions, illustrated samples, and tables to follow to help you assist in a zeroing procedure.

  • Manufacturer
    Arsenal Inc.

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California Proposition 65

WARNING: None of the firearms manufactured or imported by Arsenal Inc. are manufactured or imported with the intent to be sold in CA.  Nevertheless, be advised that some products sold on this website and/or manufactured by Arsenal Inc. can expose you to chemicals, including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to  www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.