Today’s TSP Amazon Item of the day the Winchester 51 Piece Gunsmith Screwdriver Set. Look strait out of the gate this is not really “the kit” for the big time gun enthusiast that tinkers often with many projects. It won’t do everything you will even need in drivers for guns, but it will do most, like 95%.
No what this kit is for is your range bag. I can’t tell you how many times I have been at a range and a fellow shooter had some maintenance issue and no tools to fix the situation. With this kit and a basic cleaning kit, a shell extractor and some lube if you can’t fix it at the range, you likely need a gun smith or to use your warranty if it is yet to expire.
This is more than just a gun smith kit though. Come on, 15 bucks and some change for a good quality kit that has 48 different driver bits in it. You know what I am going to say right. Put one in the glove box of your vehicles. Perhaps one in your Go Bag or BOB as well.
Does it have every torx bit, no but it has 7 and the one you are looking at pissed off because you expected it to be a Phillips bit likely will be one of those. This is also a great gift to a young person who has finally be trusted to maintain his/her own firearms and frankly a good gift for anyone you need to get something for, not something spectacular just something. You know what I mean.
Pick up one or a few of these and the first time you need it, you will feel like it just paid for itself. Again this isn’t top quality on the level of say Forester or Grace USA (which I keep in my smithing box) but for about 18 bucks it is extremely versatile and I have never had one fail me yet. So give the Winchester 51 Piece Gunsmith Screwdriver Set a look and determine if it might be the right product for your range bag or other needs.
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P.S. – Even if you don’t own a single firearm you should pick up one or two of these. The ones in my boat and in my truck have both saved my butt a time or two. Looking at a screw that needs turning and not having a simple tool with which to turn it suck. Especially when it is either really hot or really cold outside and said screw is the one that can get you home.