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Hello all,
I inherited some reloading supplies, and tools recently. I need help identifying this tool, see attached photo. I’m thinking it may have something to do with AR maintenance?
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It's nothing that I have ever seen for an AR. Whatever it is, it appears to be caliber specific.
 

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Never seen anything like it myself and I have to agree, it has nothing to do with any AR that I have seen, and I have seen a few.
 

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You can’t tell from the photo, but it has a screw driver tip (slotted). At 1st I thought it was Cal 20, but now that you mentioned it, it does look like a G.
 

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Thank you all for your help, mystery solved thanks to TRAP55. One of the guns I inherited is a 20ga. (Don’t laugh) Stoeger Condor over/under. Thinking it could be a choke tube wrench I googled it. Sure enough.
 

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Ahhh, now I see the nibs in the middle. Glad you figured it out.
 

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I have no idea how I remembered that, out of the dozens of shotguns I've had, and currently have, I've never owned one with that choke tube system. 2nd thing to go is the memory, I forget what the 1st is.
 

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So apparently that first letter was indeed a C. Interesting choke tool made of brass. All the choke tools I have seen are made of steel. Brass won’t scratch the choke tubes. Nice.
 

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I'm glad you figured it out. I don't own a shotgun that has choke tubes so that thought never entered my mind.
 
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