Reviews and Ratings for Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5" and XM-24 4.0" Models - T6000002TD

Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5" and XM-24 4.0" Modelsrated 4.000 stars out of 5 (4 reviews)
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Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5 inch and XM-24 4.0 inch Models

 

Price: $75.00

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Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5" and XM-24 4.0" Models
rated 5 stars out of 5
Tony S
Bremen, GA
Feb 21, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Hinderer Armorer's Tool
I love knowing I can dissassemble and reassemble my knives using a proper fitting tool and not mar any surfaces. Also, it's great to have everything together when you need it.
Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5" and XM-24 4.0" Models
rated 5 stars out of 5
Lover Of Hinderer Knives
London, UK
Nov 30, 2017
Pros: None
Cons: None
Hinderer Knives Armorer's Tool for XM-18 Models - Great!
This tool simply works. While expensive I just couldn't be bothered to create my own. Made the standoff change easy.
Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5" and XM-24 4.0" Models
rated 4 stars out of 5
Bt
Indyucky USA
Jul 31, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality, Included Tools
Cons: None
Does the job.
Works as advertised on my Hinderer's and a Strider. Handy and well made if a little pricey. Considering the low volume and amount of machining required... maybe not.
Rick Hinderer Knives Stainless Steel Armorer's Tool for XM-18 3.5" and XM-24 4.0" Models
rated 2 stars out of 5
Al
MD
Sep 11, 2017
Pros: None
Cons: Included Tools
Not worth the money
The only reason this gets a 3 is because knfecenter is just awesome. I would give it 1 based on the price. I love Hinderer... I have several. This is basically a span tool and a screwdriver. The allen does not fit anything, It is meant to fit into the hole on the screwdriver to provide leverage. Not worth 75 bucks. Go to the hardware store and buy a flat head, a span tool, .050 allen, and a very small phillips. These are the real tools you need. Then swing by the beer store and spend the rest there.