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5/64" Hex Wrench 6" Long for Adjustment Trigger Grip Screw

22704 | bondhus | 5/64" 6" long hex wrench for AR15 Mil-Spec Trigger Adjustment Grip Screw


 
5/64", 6" long hex wrench used to adjust the internal set screw found in our trigger adjustment grip screw for the AR15 Milspec trigger group. The screw is sold separately HERE
Our Price: $2.95

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Part #: 5-64-HEX-WRENCH
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Installation Instructions RESTRICTIONS
 

1. The internal set screw comes with thread locker pre-applied but for best results remove the internal screw and apply additional thread locker and re install the set screw inside the large screw. Make sure to screw down the internal screw all the way in so that the tip just protrudes.

2. Remove the factory grip screw and lock washer from the grip of your rifle. Mind the spring and detent for the safety as they may bounce out if you remove the grip completely.

3. With the hammer cocked and the gun on safe, insert the Trigger Adjustment Screw into the grip and tighten the large screw with a 3/16” hex wrench until he pistol grip is secure.

4. Using a 5/64" hex wrench, finger tighten the internal screw inside the 3/16” screw until the it stops. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN. Backout the internal screw 1/4 turn at a time until the safety lever can by actuated. Verify that the trigger, disconnector, hammer and safety function correctly. Let your additional thread locker dry before putting your rifle to use.


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5 of 5 July 4, 2020
Reviewer: Jon Maier from Oxford, FL United States  


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5 of 5 Trigger grip screw works great June 24, 2020
Reviewer: Reno Smith from Rockmart, GA United States  
Did Exactly why I expect

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5 of 5 Hex wrench for adjustable grip screw April 26, 2020
Reviewer: Henry Hairr from Erwin, NC United States  
A must need for the adjustable grip screw

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5 of 5 Here wrench April 20, 2020
Reviewer: Greg from PA United States  
Worked as advertised

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