First Look: Fix It Sticks All-In-One Torque Driver

posted on October 14, 2019

Fix It Sticks is introducing its All-In-One Torque Driver, giving firearm and outdoor enthusiasts a do-it-all tool they can take into the field or keep ready to use in their range bag. Available in a complete kit or individually, the All-In-One kit is a great way for firearm owners to handle any loose scope ring or other critical mounting bolt while they're out shooting or hunting.

The All-In-One torque driver kit provides six torque values most commonly used by expert and professional shooters into one compact driver. There are no settings to adjust or hassle with before using the All-In-One driver, making it simple, quick and easy to use. Simply install any 1/4-inch bit or socket as needed and tighten the fastener until the proper torque is achieved.

A precise, graduated torque scale is laser-etched on the side to indicate the torque value as it is applied. The settings marked on the side are 15-, 25-, 35-, 45-, 55- and 65 inch-pounds. The All-In-One can also be used to apply torque in between the specified settings by watching the inch-pounds indicator as torque is being applied.

Fix It Sticks includes a T-handle wrench in the new All-In-One Torque Driver kit, which works with any 1/4-inch hex bit. The wrench is designed for portability or for using either as a standard T-handle, and bits can also be inserted into the opposing T-handle ends for even more torque. 

Included with the kit are a 1/2-inch socket and 15 1/4-inch hex bits for use with commonly-available scope mounts, actions screws and other firearm accessories. The entire All-In-One Torque Drive kit is contained in a zippered soft carrying case with a molded bit holder designed to organize bits or accessories with a standard 1/4-inch base.

The complete All-In-One Torque Driver kit has an MSRP of $112, and the All-In-One Torque Driver by itself has an MSRP of $60. For more information on this new range tool, visit



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