One of the biggest hassles on the battlefield, hunting grounds or at the range is having your weapon fail. Reasons abound for why this might happen, but it can be downright impossible to get to a spare set of tools when you’re in a jam. Rummaging through a bag or pocket isn’t as convenient as simply having the tools close at hand, which is why Hogue developed their AR-15 Rubber Grip and Field Survivor Kit. This puts pretty much all the gun cleaning tools you need in the field right at your fingertips so you can access them when you need them. That’s great, but with a dozen different tools at your disposal, what are the 5 Best Uses for the Hogue AR-15 Grip & Survivor Kit?
- Remove a broken shell with the shell extractor – Out of Spec shells can break and lodge in your AR-15. Get them out in a snap with the extractor!
- Clean your bore with the wire brush, carbon scrapping tool and cable – Lube up the gun with with the ampule for one lube too so you’re in tip top shape!
- Adjust the front sight for spot on accuracy – Simple, quick and effective. How can you NOT have a front sight adjustment tool?
I could come up with a ton of different things you can do with the Field Survivor Kit, but I’m sure to miss some because there are just too many possibilities. Having a flat head screwdriver should be more than enough to give you tons of options for fixing a variety of types of gear in the field. The innovative design that stores this kit in the grip really blows my mind. Your AR-15 will never be the same again. And this isn’t just some handy tool, it’s sure to be essential for staying both safe and effective, regardless if you’re at the range or the field. The Hogue AR-15 Rubber Grip and Field Survivor Kit is both simple and innovative, and I am sure you’ll swear by it as soon as you try it out.
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