All stacked neatly in a row before me. An assortment of 12 flathead and Phillips bits, not counting the two in use. The center-axis driver is what initially attracted me to the Gerber multi-tool, weary of searching for the family screwdriver set. Great for small projects, quick and on-the-go fixes, this tool has already proven its worth in small car repairs, like pulling fuses in a failed attempt to fix my haunted radio. Though a bit on the heavy side at 9.5 oz., this tool is well-built and sturdy — nothing on it requires babying. Besides the 3.2″ center-axis driver that aligns like a real screwdriver, the rigid set of needle-nose pliers with rotatable carbide wire cutters and strippers impressed me. An assortment of 14 tools does not overwhelm, and each has a locking mechanism for both safety and efficient use.

Purchase A PDF Download Of The American Handgunner Sept/Oct 2021 Issue Now!


Gunnysack: A.P.I. Gun Bags

Arms Preservation Inc. products feature VCI chemistry to prevent corrosion of firearms, parts, and ammunition during storage.
Read Full Article
TAC SHIELD's Tactical Gun...

The Tactical Gun Belt from TAC Shield has a state-of-the-art design that offers an easier, more comfortable carry, whether carrying IWB or OWB.
Read Full Article
Handgun Accuracy:...

Determining handgun accuracy can best be accomplished from a stable position. It may take some creativity to find the appropriate rest though!
Read Full Article