torque wrench

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porthos posted this 10 February 2021

what torque wrench do you recommend for rifle actions??

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admiral posted this 10 February 2021

I use a Snap-On because I already have many for other uses. I have seen used Mac, Snap-On, Matco's sell for under $50 on Craig's List all the time.

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porthos posted this 10 February 2021

i have no use for a torque wrench other than useing on rifle actions

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Little Debbie posted this 10 February 2021

The Wheeler wrench is a good all around gun inch pound torque wrench. Accuracy Is within a couple of pounds of the one I bought 40 years ago for 3 times the money (. in 1970s $ yikes!) plus it takes 1/4 in bits and you use it like screw driver, comes with just about any bit you need. No looking for and buying 3/8 drive bits.

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David Reiss CBA Membership Director posted this 11 February 2021

The Wheeler Fat Wrench is perfect for what you need it for. I use mine also a lot for scope installations.  

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porthos posted this 17 February 2021

bought a wheeler fat wrench from cabelas. (have some cabelas points) when the points are gone i'm done with cabelas. back to the wrench.... dosen't work. sending it back. don't know to get a replacement or another brand. probably another brand that dosen't take batteries.

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