Multi-tool for SCAR armorer and operators. Contains all the tools needed to disassemble the SCAR rifle for cleaning, maintenance, and adjustment.
- T-25 Torx for barrel screws, screws in side of receiver, and windage adjustment on front sight.
- 3mm Hex for top rail.
- 2.5mm Hex for screws in side of receiver.
- Front Sight adjustment tool to adjust elevation of the front post.
- 0.035 pin for cleaning small holes in gas valve.
- 0.055″ pin for clearing larger holes in gas valve, and barrel hole in gas block.
- 0.100″ screwdriver to remove the safety selector, necessary to take down the trigger group.
- 3-step diameter reamer for gas cylinder.
- Scraper for gas piston and gas valve.
- Wrench for gas valve and open end wrench for FN accessories.
- Extra long 5mm Hex wrench to reach up inside pistol grip.
- 1/4″ socket for application specific 1/4″ hex tips
- T-15 Torx for scope mounts
- Guided punch to remove gas piston
- that fits in the rails of the upper, aligning a punch pin to drive out the gas piston using the BCG
- with threaded stud, so it can be driven by the Bolt Carrier, or mounted on the end of a cleaning rod
ARCHMARK (verified owner) –
If you own a FN SCAR, any model, YOU NEED THIS MULTI-TOOL!!! Instead of spending hundreds of dollars assembling the necessary tools on your own, or spending close to one thousand dollars for a factory FN SCAR tool kit, the SCARMORER has everything you need to service, adjust & keep your SCAR running like it should. Plus instead of having a bag full of tools to lug around & dig through, you’ve got it all in the included carrying pouch.
THANKS ART for a great multi-tool & for all of the other tools & parts that you manufacture!!! YOU BE DA MAN!!!
Mark W., Texas
David Zaghlool –
Ordered this to disassemble the barrel and place a Midwest industries rail on my scar 17. The only tool I used in addition to a torque wrench. Worked great. Awesome product. Thanks Art
I purchased mine over two years ago and it has been my go-to for any scar work on my 16s. amazing product, I wish there were more companies putting out specific multi-tools for unique platforms