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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by MetalCutter, May 16, 2018 at 1:28 AM.
Got one and love it
Thanks everyone, FAT wrench it is!
This thread wins for the most consistent answer ever on TGT.
The key is they work and are readily available.
Before I bought mine I looked for a small torque wrench and there wasn't much available that I trusted. That was shortly after they came out if memory serves.
FAT wrench owners just remember to turn them back to zero when you put them up. It is in the instruction manual but I know how that goes.
I just borrow a Snap-On 1/4" drive torque wrench from work.
You are the one who pointed out this thread's consistency and then you ruin it.
I too use a FAT wrench BTW.
There’s no explaining some folks.
I forget to do this all the time.
Ok, I’ll bite. What makes that one so much better?