I received the Series 3 Multitasker from TopSpecUS in the mail last week and have already put it to use.
Designed as an AR-15 multi-tool but is capable of any task that you may have.
Out of the box you can feel that this multi-tool is sturdy and well built. The textured handles feel good in your hand.
I put the tool to use right away by carrying it my bike pouch on a long extended mountain bike ride.
I used the tool several times to tighten down screws and to cut some rope at a camp site.
Also carried it out to the range and used it to break down my AR-15 and do some maintenance and fine tuning.
The Series 3 Multitasker tool has many options including a 3 inch knife blade with a serrated edge. The knife is very sharp right out of the box and has a sharp point if needed for piercing through objects.
As an AR-15 multi-tool it has all the right stuff with a castle tool and multiple screw driver tips.
The multi-tool has a nicely gripped surface with a coyote brown color. The tool folds out to create a vigorous set of needle-nose pliers with wire cutters on the inside of the teeth.
The tool fits your hand well but is not too small or flimsy. It is very well built and sturdy.
I carried the tool in my backpack but you could easily clip it on your belt if your out at the range or in the field working.
The tool also includes a 3/8” inch hex wrench for LaRue mounts and ½” hex for scope mounts, dual lug M4 castle nut wrench with spanner and screwdriver, and a 3/32” pin punch designed with 8-32 male thread for compatibility with the OTIS cleaning kit.
1. Has everything you will need to work on an AR-15
2. Functions as a general multi-tool
1. Price is a little high but you also get a lot.
2. Heavy for a multi-tool but again your getting a lot of tools.
Overall I believe this will be my go to tool at the range or for project out in the field – replacing the need to carry my whole tool kit with wire cutters and screwdrivers.
Overall, I recommend the Series 3 Multi-tasker tool to anyone in the market for a AR-15 style multi-tool.
You can check out more info and reviews on the multi-tool at TopSpecUS