- Versatile wrench offering four distinct functions
- Gen 2 and Gen 1 Collar Removal
- .40cal Thread Protector Removal
- 9mm Thread Protector Removal
- Cross Bolt Safety E-Clip Removal
- Fastest way to remove the collar without causing damage.
- Crafted from carbon steel and finished with black chrome plating.
- Compatible with both Gen 2 and Gen 1 Collars of the SUB-2000.
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- Made in the USA!
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- 1 - SUB-2000 Armorer's Wrench
KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Armorer's Wrench
The KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Armorer's Wrench is a versatile tool, offering four distinct functionalities. It's expertly crafted to provide tools for both Gen 2 and Gen 1 Collar Removal, .40cal and 9mm Thread Protector Removal, and a Cross Bolt Safety E-Clip Removal feature. Designed for fast damage-free collar removal, this wrench is made of durable carbon steel with a sleek black chrome finish.
Specially designed to support the installation of KEL TEC SUB 2000 accessories, this wrench is tailored for both the Gen 2 and Gen 1 models of the KEL TEC SUB 2000.
As a unique and essential multi-tool for your firearm, it ensures the safe and efficient addition of upgrades without any potential harm. The Collar Removal Tool stands out for its ability to quickly and securely detach collars. With this tool, users can handle the 9mm and 40cal thread protectors of the SUB 2000 with ease. Additionally, the Cross Bolt Safety E-Clip Removal Tool provides a hassle-free assembly and disassembly process.
KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Resources:
If you're getting the KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Armorer's Wrench, then you might find the following
KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Resources useful in further enhancing your firearm. Download the SUB-2000 Owners Manual or use the
Exploded View of the SUB-2000 Parts Diagram to plan your next firearm project.
You must be 18 yrs of age to purchase. We advise that all parts purchased from our inventory be installed and inspected by a qualified gunsmith. Modifying your weapon may be prohibited in your state. Do not modify your sear or hammer engagement surfaces, with or without the KEL-TEC SUB-2000 Armorer's Wrench. Before installing please be sure to check all local state and federal laws. By installing this part you agree to take full responsibility for any and all legal, health and warranty consequences that may be incurred.
Was a necessity to remove the odd size castle nut on my 2’nd gen Sub2k. That end worked flawlessly. Unfortunately I spent way to much time scratching up the gun & not enough time measuring the c-clip removal end. The larger size was actually capturing the clip instead of pushing it out. Really easy with a needle nose though. KelTec probably charged the size after Mcarbo made the tool
The wrench is useless for me. The pronged end for c- clip removal is useless and doesn't work. It's much easier to simply use two pocket screwdrivers or sonething similiar. Also be sure you need this wrench. MY SUB 2K castle nut is plastic and can be hand removed. They wrench doesn't even fit on the nut anywhere, rendering the wrench useless again. This was partly my fault for not checking first. I'm going to try to return it. We'll see how that goes. MCARBO makes some useful stuff. Just make sure it works for you first.
Didnt work for anything for me
I couldnt take my collar off or remove the c rings from the safety seitch with mkne. Turned out to be useless.
I got this with the upgrade kit. I found no use for it on my gen 2. I wish it was an option. It just makes the kit more expensive.
I love the fact that MCARBO has tried to make a tool that will suit everything that needs to be done on a wep. Unfortunately Keltec changes things in production that this tool only fit the nut on my front sight. I was hoping it would at least take care of the trigger safety cir/clips but two jewelers drivers and some masking tape to catch the little bastards solved that issue. As I said no fault no issue, I got it with the trigger bundle so I didn’t pay an ass loss for it but Keltec keeps changing shit so it’s impossible for an aftermarket company to keep up.
I read multiple reviews on the M*Carbo site and the Brotherhood’s forum that declared that this tool was useless. I disagree. I used it when I did my trigger job (pretty easy and incredible change for the better). I watched Chris’s video at least 4 times and watched/paused as I worked. I position the C clip and the tool exactly the way Chris did in the video and it worked perfectly; exactly the way it did in Chris’s video.
The e-clip end was too large and I ended up using some pliers instead. The wrench for the castle nut worked as expected.
I couldn't find a use for it. Wasn't helpfully on my sub 2k. Wish the kit was offered without it.