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We got our hands on a picatinny tool (AKA 1913 rail named for its origins at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey back in the day) from CRKT (Columbia River Knife & Tool) to do a gun gear review on and figured it was worthy of a video review and not just a write up. Here’s the best part…
WE’RE GIVING THIS PICATINNY TOOL AWAY!!! All YOU have to do is leave a comment on this post telling us how you’d use it. Be creative, be honest, it MIGHT just play into the final drawing! The giveaway starts immediately with this post going live and will close at 12:00pm/NOON on Monday November 7.
The picatinny tool is straight forward enough in design. First look at it and you get the impression that this is the swiss army knife of the shooting world. The belly of it opens up with a serrated edge just the right size to have as a utility blade for the range. On one side “CRKT” is stamped with “picatinny tool” emblazoned on the other side. Other tools opening up from the inside include a bladed scraper with an 8mm hex wrench built in, and an rounded edge ejector pin used for clearing failures to feed and removing slide release pins. The front grip panel has two allen wrenches molded directly in and made to adjust and disassemble Crimson Trace lasers/lasergrips. The reverse grip panel and back side contain a hex driver with four different heads: a straight blade, phillips head, T20 torx head, and 3/32 Hex head.
All of the above include some of the most commonly needed tools for the range, peripheral maintenance and is rounded off with a sturdy belt/pocket clip to help your picatinny tool stay put on your person, your range bag or your go back or tactical vest. The applications really are endless. Remember too, this item is as new in box unused and unabused. I’ve shared the details about applications and construction without adding any distress or wear and tear to the product, so we’re not giving away sloppy seconds, this sucker is NEW!
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