• Winchester 51 Piece Gunsmith Screwdriver Set
Winchester 51 Piece Gunsmith Screwdriver Set

Winchester 51 Piece Gunsmith Screwdriver Set

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  • 51 Piece Screwdriver Set /One 1" Socket Adaptor
  • 12 Flat Heads Bits/8 Hex Bits
  • 4 Phillips Bits/2 Long Phillips Bits
  • 7 Start Bits/4 Robertson Bit /2 Spline Bits
  • 4 Triwing Bits/3 Clutch Bits/3 Hex Bits

Customer Reviews

Great Value and has everything you need !Took this set to the range with me this week. So far I have not found an AR 15 accessory that I couldn't use this kit on. Seems to have all the necessary tips and sizes/variations for scopes, angle grips, mag well grip, site adjustments, Lasers, Rail Mods etc..5Poor quality Tool I received this set for Christmas to add to my amateur gunsmith tools. The first thing that happened is the handle has a magnet as you expect. The magnet came out the first time I stuck a bit in. So obviously it was never glued in position. I tried JB weld, and it made a mess. I ordered a Handle from Brownells and replaced it. All of the larger size bits worked fine for me in various jobs. I had to use the smallest size hex head for some reason. I think it was to take a grip screw out of a 1911. Using hand pressure the bit turned into a cork screw. Bent like it was made of rubber. I took the bit out of my wheeler set and the screw came out. So bottom line is this is a cheap set of Chinese junk. 1Magnet in the handle comes out and lost after fourth use. Not worth it. The magnet that is supposed to magnetize the bits comes out every time you replace the bit and of course got lost on its fourth use. My overall assessment of the product, it is a very poor design. the bits should be held in by friction and should themselves be magnetized. I am surprised Winchester allows their name to be used on this kit. Not the craftsmanship I expect from Winchester. Very disappointed and will not buy any other Winchester branded tools nor would I recommend it to my friends or students.. 1A great setup for anyone that does occasional or frequent work on their firearms!These have been great, very handy to have around. There are a wide variety of bits that work with all manner of firearm accessories that you may be installing. The build quality is solid and I like the box that latches closed. A great setup for anyone that does occasional or frequent work on their firearms!5Great for occasional work on firearms or wanna-be gunsmithing! Well made and bits seem to be tough. There are a few /64" hex bits not included so I added them and removed the bits I'd never use like the spline or triple flutes. The case is great and keeps everything in place. Magnet in handle so bits snaps in easily and it helps to hold fasteners. Rubber on handle is nice and grippy, helps with stubborn fasteners or high torque situations. So its not a Snap-On, Blue Point, Wiha or Stahl but for the price its a great set.Slotted bits are hollow ground and there two of each bit size!One commented said CV markings on bits designate Chrome Vanadium as the material but they are not tough. My set seems to be very well made and I have no doubt they'll last forever with the intended purpose of gun smithing. 5Great sellers poor product The product arrived on time and the seller was great however the product itself was not worth the price the bits are very soft and twisted and bent while removing a couple of set screws from the receiver of my rifle. The magnet that is supposed to magnetize the bits comes out every time you replace the bit. My overall assessment of the product is very poor and I would not buy it again nor would I recommend it to my friends. 1Gonna order a second for my truck toolbox The only negative thing I can say is when you put the driver in the case don t push it in to snap it in if you have big hands because it is hard to remove. I see people complaining about the bits being soft but I would rather they be softer than the gun metal, just take it easy. I am going to order a second to put in my truck 5Works for me.These seem to do the trick for me, convenient and easy to carry. Shipping and packaging was spot on.5A decent set of tools for the price I'm not an expert gunsmith, which is why I purchased this "starter" set of screwdriver heads. Here are my initial impressions after using this set on some wheel gun jobs:PROs- There is a very wide selection of screw head sizes, so you'll easily find one that works for each job. Each head has its size etched on it for reference.- The box for the set is compact for all it holds, which means it will fit easily in a large range bag or small workbench.- The screw heads fit securely in each hole, so they won't fall out when the lid is open.- The handle is well constructed and feels solid.- Some reviewers complain that the screwheads break easily, but I think they're missing the point. These are supposed to be soft so they will break before damaging your firearm. For really stubborn jobs on long-rusted firearms, use a traditional screwdriver. In my experience, these are solid enough for all the jobs I've done.- The screw set gives you a lot for the price.CONs:- I wish these were more magnetic. The magnetic pull isn't strong enough to lift tiny screws out of holes. I'm assuming the magnetic feature is only to keep the bit in the handle.- The latch closing the box isn't secure or easy to use, so if you're tossing this in a range bag there is a danger of it opening up and spilling out into the bag. You may want a large rubber band around this if it's going in a bag.- The screw heads fit loosely into the handle, which means the heads will fall out of the handle when working at times.Overall, this isn't a high quality set of tools, but this is a decent set for the price. 3SO NICE AND STURDY. YO. this is a NICE set. The quality is SO nice and the handle is super soft and the sockets fit in there very tightly. I can t see anywhere on the box where it s made, but it feels american! 5Very good for the price. This set is ok for most people. If like me. Not a gunsmith. Just like to tinker and break my guns down for cleaning. If a true gunsmith you would probably need a little more but this would be a good start. I got this because of two screws on my winchester 94. The finger lever stop screw has a really thin slot. I did not have a screwdriver that fits. There are two in this set that will work. They are really narrow but will work without buggering it up, if you know what I mean. The other is the mainspring strain screw. Its just hard to get to and there is nothing in this set that will make it any easier. For the price you will not beat this set. For the everyday guy with a gun to clean its more than you need. 5I WOULDN'T CALL IT... ...elegant, but so far it's fulfilled every task without a whimper. True, there are bits included that I'll probably never use, but it's got virtually every bit I need, and that's good enough. That said, it's only fair to mention the flaws as well as the virtues. The first time I inserted a bit into the handle socket, the button magnet came out with it. A bit of fiddling, a drop of Superglue, and an overnight "set" solved that issue. As someone else noted, the Winchester emblem was loathe to remain attached to the butt of the socket handle but that was equally resolved. I initially questioned the accurate sizing of the 1/16" hex bit and even went so far as to buy a "high-end" replacement. But it turns out the set screw on the sight I was dealing with was the issue, not the bits. All my premium wrenches, bits and such are downstairs on the workbench. This set resides in the bottom drawer of my office desk and is easy to toss into the range bag when the occasion demands it. Enough said, it's living up to expectations! 4Set is very good. Nice and light and fits in my shooting ...Set is very good. Nice and light and fits in my shooting bag. I bought two and gave one to my son. He now has a way to work on his guns etc without buggering up a screw.I found one torque head that helped me get a screw off that was very difficult. No other head would work.5A interesting assortment of bits... This is a rather curious assortment of bits that I would think a target to the "outdoor enthusiast" would better serve the marketing department. After quickly looking thru the other reviews here, I found no complete listing of the bits and more importantly, where you would normally find its use. So here ya go...12 Flat head bits of various size-hollow ground8 Hex head bits4 Phillips bits2 Long shank Phillips bits7 Torx bits4 Robertson bits4 Tri-Wing bits3 Clutch bits2 Spline bits3 Torq bits1 Socket adaptor1 HandleOk, now for what these are. Everyone knows the flathead, Phillips, and hex, the torx are also very common so I won't go into those. In no particular order, let's look at the rest. The Robertson bits are the 4 somewhat tapered square headed bits and you will generally find these types of screws in woodworking, much more popular in Canada. The 4 Tri-Wing bits you used to see in late 60's early 70's aerospace and are now commonly found in some electronics, such as the cases and so-on. The Clutch are the ones that look like bow ties, more specifically these are type G clutch and are common in RV's and mobilhomes. Spline bits are just that, a bit with 12 splines. You will usually come across these in automotive, generally the engines. And lastly the Torq bits, these look like an offset Phillips head, that is, each wing is offset from the last so they do not look like the perfect + pattern of a Phillips. These are generally found in aerospace as well. Now this doesn't mean those are the only places you will find those types of screws, just that those areas are where they are generally favored. And without getting too deep into this, these differences are pretty much to prevent cam-out. Now it becomes more clear why I find this set to be curious, but if you think about this, all these different bits may come in handy to the outdoorsman! It now makes a little more sense. I find it a little strange to say this is a Gunsmithing set just because it has hollow ground bits included, I would think they are limiting their customer base by doing that because many outdoor folks with no interest in working on firearms are very likely to completely pass this little handy set of drivers by. Especially with Winchester and their logo emblazoned on the box. It may not even pop up in their query if looking online! (These are not made by Winchester, whoever just licensed the name, in case anyone was wondering.)With that out of the way, this set is not that bad. I bought it to take with me to the range for little "emergencies". I would definitely not buy these for my main bench tools though...and they are not trying to masquerade themselves as that. But for the assortment you get for the price, I think this is a very good set of on the go drivers to add to your range bag, your backpack (although a little heavy for the seriously hard core backpacker), tackle box...just about anything to do with those interests! Personally I would've rather had a few spanner bits rather than some of the others in this kit, but then those are easily cut or even filed out of some of the flatheads, so this is really a sweet little kit for my bag. Another thing that was included with my set that I found mentioned no where but is a great little addition, are two little, two compartment plastic trays, perfect for putting the screws you just removed into so as not to lose them or mix them up, I think that is a very nice addition for when you maybe out in the woods hunting or what have you, brilliant! One other thing, a good 'smithing set of bits are designed to give, or break, if the going gets too bad. After all, what would you rather destroy, the cheap bit or that rare or beautifully blued screw from your pistol or rifle?Ok, last thing, some of the reviews I glanced at call these garbage or nail them for being cheap...well, look at the price! If these can get me by just once out in the field till I get back home then they're worth the price and probably more because my whole trip was not ruined! Of course there are many higher quality tools out there, with much higher prices as well. And if I were going to be gone for a long period with perhaps my life, or others lives in the balance, these would be the last things I would use for that, but for anything else these will do just fine. Besides, these beat "nothing" by 100%.*****Update, 18 June 2017*****Well, what do you know, this little kit just earned its keep...and paid for itself! I was at the range last week with a friend, he had a 70 year old military trainer rimfire pistol with him for the day. The rear site became loose making it impossible for any accuracy. This Military HD model uses 2 very small flat head screws to retain the firing pin and hold the rear site and leaf, locking it in place. I pulled this kit out, found the corresponding hollow ground flat head bit and was able to "repair" the pistol right then and there for him. This would not have been possible with let's say a leatherman, or any other combo tool most folks take along daily. Readjusted the misbehaving leaf and was able to enjoy the rest of the day. My friend was happy he could continue the day with his "old friend" and I felt good helping out my old friend. Considering our club is a 60 mile round trip, in opposite directions for both of us...this kit really earned its pay! 5
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Description
  • 51 Piece Screwdriver Set /One 1" Socket Adaptor
  • 12 Flat Heads Bits/8 Hex Bits
  • 4 Phillips Bits/2 Long Phillips Bits
  • 7 Start Bits/4 Robertson Bit /2 Spline Bits
  • 4 Triwing Bits/3 Clutch Bits/3 Hex Bits
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Value and has everything you need !Took this set to the range with me this week. So far I have not found an AR 15 accessory that I couldn't use this kit on. Seems to have all the necessary tips and sizes/variations for scopes, angle grips, mag well grip, site adjustments, Lasers, Rail Mods etc..5Poor quality Tool I received this set for Christmas to add to my amateur gunsmith tools. The first thing that happened is the handle has a magnet as you expect. The magnet came out the first time I stuck a bit in. So obviously it was never glued in position. I tried JB weld, and it made a mess. I ordered a Handle from Brownells and replaced it. All of the larger size bits worked fine for me in various jobs. I had to use the smallest size hex head for some reason. I think it was to take a grip screw out of a 1911. Using hand pressure the bit turned into a cork screw. Bent like it was made of rubber. I took the bit out of my wheeler set and the screw came out. So bottom line is this is a cheap set of Chinese junk. 1Magnet in the handle comes out and lost after fourth use. Not worth it. The magnet that is supposed to magnetize the bits comes out every time you replace the bit and of course got lost on its fourth use. My overall assessment of the product, it is a very poor design. the bits should be held in by friction and should themselves be magnetized. I am surprised Winchester allows their name to be used on this kit. Not the craftsmanship I expect from Winchester. Very disappointed and will not buy any other Winchester branded tools nor would I recommend it to my friends or students.. 1A great setup for anyone that does occasional or frequent work on their firearms!These have been great, very handy to have around. There are a wide variety of bits that work with all manner of firearm accessories that you may be installing. The build quality is solid and I like the box that latches closed. A great setup for anyone that does occasional or frequent work on their firearms!5Great for occasional work on firearms or wanna-be gunsmithing! Well made and bits seem to be tough. There are a few /64" hex bits not included so I added them and removed the bits I'd never use like the spline or triple flutes. The case is great and keeps everything in place. Magnet in handle so bits snaps in easily and it helps to hold fasteners. Rubber on handle is nice and grippy, helps with stubborn fasteners or high torque situations. So its not a Snap-On, Blue Point, Wiha or Stahl but for the price its a great set.Slotted bits are hollow ground and there two of each bit size!One commented said CV markings on bits designate Chrome Vanadium as the material but they are not tough. My set seems to be very well made and I have no doubt they'll last forever with the intended purpose of gun smithing. 5Great sellers poor product The product arrived on time and the seller was great however the product itself was not worth the price the bits are very soft and twisted and bent while removing a couple of set screws from the receiver of my rifle. The magnet that is supposed to magnetize the bits comes out every time you replace the bit. My overall assessment of the product is very poor and I would not buy it again nor would I recommend it to my friends. 1Gonna order a second for my truck toolbox The only negative thing I can say is when you put the driver in the case don t push it in to snap it in if you have big hands because it is hard to remove. I see people complaining about the bits being soft but I would rather they be softer than the gun metal, just take it easy. I am going to order a second to put in my truck 5Works for me.These seem to do the trick for me, convenient and easy to carry. Shipping and packaging was spot on.5A decent set of tools for the price I'm not an expert gunsmith, which is why I purchased this "starter" set of screwdriver heads. Here are my initial impressions after using this set on some wheel gun jobs:PROs- There is a very wide selection of screw head sizes, so you'll easily find one that works for each job. Each head has its size etched on it for reference.- The box for the set is compact for all it holds, which means it will fit easily in a large range bag or small workbench.- The screw heads fit securely in each hole, so they won't fall out when the lid is open.- The handle is well constructed and feels solid.- Some reviewers complain that the screwheads break easily, but I think they're missing the point. These are supposed to be soft so they will break before damaging your firearm. For really stubborn jobs on long-rusted firearms, use a traditional screwdriver. In my experience, these are solid enough for all the jobs I've done.- The screw set gives you a lot for the price.CONs:- I wish these were more magnetic. The magnetic pull isn't strong enough to lift tiny screws out of holes. I'm assuming the magnetic feature is only to keep the bit in the handle.- The latch closing the box isn't secure or easy to use, so if you're tossing this in a range bag there is a danger of it opening up and spilling out into the bag. You may want a large rubber band around this if it's going in a bag.- The screw heads fit loosely into the handle, which means the heads will fall out of the handle when working at times.Overall, this isn't a high quality set of tools, but this is a decent set for the price. 3SO NICE AND STURDY. YO. this is a NICE set. The quality is SO nice and the handle is super soft and the sockets fit in there very tightly. I can t see anywhere on the box where it s made, but it feels american! 5Very good for the price. This set is ok for most people. If like me. Not a gunsmith. Just like to tinker and break my guns down for cleaning. If a true gunsmith you would probably need a little more but this would be a good start. I got this because of two screws on my winchester 94. The finger lever stop screw has a really thin slot. I did not have a screwdriver that fits. There are two in this set that will work. They are really narrow but will work without buggering it up, if you know what I mean. The other is the mainspring strain screw. Its just hard to get to and there is nothing in this set that will make it any easier. For the price you will not beat this set. For the everyday guy with a gun to clean its more than you need. 5I WOULDN'T CALL IT... ...elegant, but so far it's fulfilled every task without a whimper. True, there are bits included that I'll probably never use, but it's got virtually every bit I need, and that's good enough. That said, it's only fair to mention the flaws as well as the virtues. The first time I inserted a bit into the handle socket, the button magnet came out with it. A bit of fiddling, a drop of Superglue, and an overnight "set" solved that issue. As someone else noted, the Winchester emblem was loathe to remain attached to the butt of the socket handle but that was equally resolved. I initially questioned the accurate sizing of the 1/16" hex bit and even went so far as to buy a "high-end" replacement. But it turns out the set screw on the sight I was dealing with was the issue, not the bits. All my premium wrenches, bits and such are downstairs on the workbench. This set resides in the bottom drawer of my office desk and is easy to toss into the range bag when the occasion demands it. Enough said, it's living up to expectations! 4Set is very good. Nice and light and fits in my shooting ...Set is very good. Nice and light and fits in my shooting bag. I bought two and gave one to my son. He now has a way to work on his guns etc without buggering up a screw.I found one torque head that helped me get a screw off that was very difficult. No other head would work.5A interesting assortment of bits... This is a rather curious assortment of bits that I would think a target to the "outdoor enthusiast" would better serve the marketing department. After quickly looking thru the other reviews here, I found no complete listing of the bits and more importantly, where you would normally find its use. So here ya go...12 Flat head bits of various size-hollow ground8 Hex head bits4 Phillips bits2 Long shank Phillips bits7 Torx bits4 Robertson bits4 Tri-Wing bits3 Clutch bits2 Spline bits3 Torq bits1 Socket adaptor1 HandleOk, now for what these are. Everyone knows the flathead, Phillips, and hex, the torx are also very common so I won't go into those. In no particular order, let's look at the rest. The Robertson bits are the 4 somewhat tapered square headed bits and you will generally find these types of screws in woodworking, much more popular in Canada. The 4 Tri-Wing bits you used to see in late 60's early 70's aerospace and are now commonly found in some electronics, such as the cases and so-on. The Clutch are the ones that look like bow ties, more specifically these are type G clutch and are common in RV's and mobilhomes. Spline bits are just that, a bit with 12 splines. You will usually come across these in automotive, generally the engines. And lastly the Torq bits, these look like an offset Phillips head, that is, each wing is offset from the last so they do not look like the perfect + pattern of a Phillips. These are generally found in aerospace as well. Now this doesn't mean those are the only places you will find those types of screws, just that those areas are where they are generally favored. And without getting too deep into this, these differences are pretty much to prevent cam-out. Now it becomes more clear why I find this set to be curious, but if you think about this, all these different bits may come in handy to the outdoorsman! It now makes a little more sense. I find it a little strange to say this is a Gunsmithing set just because it has hollow ground bits included, I would think they are limiting their customer base by doing that because many outdoor folks with no interest in working on firearms are very likely to completely pass this little handy set of drivers by. Especially with Winchester and their logo emblazoned on the box. It may not even pop up in their query if looking online! (These are not made by Winchester, whoever just licensed the name, in case anyone was wondering.)With that out of the way, this set is not that bad. I bought it to take with me to the range for little "emergencies". I would definitely not buy these for my main bench tools though...and they are not trying to masquerade themselves as that. But for the assortment you get for the price, I think this is a very good set of on the go drivers to add to your range bag, your backpack (although a little heavy for the seriously hard core backpacker), tackle box...just about anything to do with those interests! Personally I would've rather had a few spanner bits rather than some of the others in this kit, but then those are easily cut or even filed out of some of the flatheads, so this is really a sweet little kit for my bag. Another thing that was included with my set that I found mentioned no where but is a great little addition, are two little, two compartment plastic trays, perfect for putting the screws you just removed into so as not to lose them or mix them up, I think that is a very nice addition for when you maybe out in the woods hunting or what have you, brilliant! One other thing, a good 'smithing set of bits are designed to give, or break, if the going gets too bad. After all, what would you rather destroy, the cheap bit or that rare or beautifully blued screw from your pistol or rifle?Ok, last thing, some of the reviews I glanced at call these garbage or nail them for being cheap...well, look at the price! If these can get me by just once out in the field till I get back home then they're worth the price and probably more because my whole trip was not ruined! Of course there are many higher quality tools out there, with much higher prices as well. And if I were going to be gone for a long period with perhaps my life, or others lives in the balance, these would be the last things I would use for that, but for anything else these will do just fine. Besides, these beat "nothing" by 100%.*****Update, 18 June 2017*****Well, what do you know, this little kit just earned its keep...and paid for itself! I was at the range last week with a friend, he had a 70 year old military trainer rimfire pistol with him for the day. The rear site became loose making it impossible for any accuracy. This Military HD model uses 2 very small flat head screws to retain the firing pin and hold the rear site and leaf, locking it in place. I pulled this kit out, found the corresponding hollow ground flat head bit and was able to "repair" the pistol right then and there for him. This would not have been possible with let's say a leatherman, or any other combo tool most folks take along daily. Readjusted the misbehaving leaf and was able to enjoy the rest of the day. My friend was happy he could continue the day with his "old friend" and I felt good helping out my old friend. Considering our club is a 60 mile round trip, in opposite directions for both of us...this kit really earned its pay! 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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