Fix It Sticks expands with four new tools for Fix It Sticks tool system

01/17/19 9:30 AM | by

Fix It Sticks launches new bits for its tool system. (Photo: Fix It Sticks)

Fix It Sticks adds to its existing list of tools for its Fix It Sticks system, introducing the Universal Choke Tube Wrench, Knife Sharpener, Aimpoint Sight Bit and 3/8-inch Adjustment Wrench.

The latest tools coexist with the current Fix It Sticks tool system and also benefits from the ability to exist as stand-alone products, according to the company.

The Universal Choke Tube Wrench was created for shotgun chokes from .410 to 10 gauge. Offering a flat design, the Universal Choke Tube Wrench is made from solid steel. Bringing reduced bulk to the tool kit, the wrench features an MSRP of $10.

The Knife Sharpener from Fix It Sticks. (Photo: Fix It Sticks)

Knife Sharpener features carbine and ceramic V type sharpening inserts, positioned at 22.5-degrees for a 45-degree edge. Precision machined from steel, the Knife Sharpener will enter the Fix It Sticks lineup in February with a price tag of $22.

The Aimpoint Sight Bit looks to help Aimpoint users in need of some adjustments. Using a non-marring polymer, the tool opts for a two-prong style that can adjust windage and elevation adjustment knobs on Aimpoint sights. Also shipping in February, the Aimpoint Sight Bit brings with it a price of $10.

Rounding out the new offerings is the 3/8-inch Adjustment Wrench. The wrench works for scope mount using a LaRue style release system. The wrench is expected to drop sometime in January with an MSRP of $10.

“Like all Fix It Stick bits, these new bits will work with any ¼-inch hex bit driver and of course the Fix It Sticks modular tool system,” the company said in a news release.

Clockwise: Knife Sharpener, 3/8-inch Adjustment Wrench, Universal Choke Tube Wrench and Aimpoint Bit. (Photo: Fix It Sticks)

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