Leupold Fix It Sticks

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posted on November 10, 2016
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Leupold Optics announced the introduction of its Fix It Sticks field kits, simple modular field kits for firearm and scope maintenance that can be easily taken into the field.

The Fix It Sticks come in two different kit options: hunting and tactical. Both kits feature two steel wrenches that feature a hex-head cutout in the middle to allow the use of two included torque limiters. The hunting kit features a 25-inch-pounds and a 45-inch-pounds limiter, while the tactical kit features a 25-inch-pounds and a 65-inch-pounds limiter.

The wrenches also feature neodymium-magnetized inserts on either end in order to use any of the nine interchangeable bits included with the kit. A five-bit hex head set is included, with sizes 0.05 of an inch, 1/16 of an inch, 5/64 of an inch, 3/32 of an inch, 7/64 of an inch, and 1/8 of an inch. A T-15 Torx bit, a flat bit and a Philips bit are also included. Finally, the kit includes a 1/2-inch socket.

Leupold's Fix It Sticks field kits retail at a suggested price of $119.99.

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