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Gerber Crew Served Weapons Tool
Gerber Crew Served Weapons Tool

Crew Served Weapons Tool

Specialized Multi-Tool

Item: # 30-000853

Compact and durable, the Crew Served Weapons Tool is the answer to the battlefield maintenance of the US Army's two most fielded automatic weapons' systems: The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon and M240 Crew Served Weapon. US Made, Berry Compliant, MOLLE compatible sheath included.

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    • Overall Length: 3.75" x 1.31" x .96"
    • Weight: 4.5 oz
    • Steel Type: 400 Series Stainless
    • Handle Material: Glass Filled Nylon
    • NSN: 5110-01-641-4777
    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • Built in USA w/ global materials
    • US made, Berry Compliant, MOLLE Compatible sheath.
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The CSW (Crew Served Weapons) Tool is the answer to battlefield maintenance and cleaning for two of the US Army's most fielded automatic weapons' systems - The M249 Squad Automatic Weapons and M240 Crew Served Weapon. Lightweight, compact and durable, the tool can accomplish over 13 essential actions across both platforms. The M249/M240 Tool is provided with a US Made, Berry Compliant, MOLLE Compatible Nylon Sheath.


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  • 5 5
  • |SEP 6, 2015
  • |BY: , Ft. Livingroom NCOIC

Man I wish I had this, when I was in a heavy weapons platoon. The SAW gas regulator collar can be a pain to remove at times and this tool looks way more efficient than the Gov issued tool. The SAW and 240B have their own needs that dental tools and improvised scrapers fall short in cleaning. The CSW fits like a glove, maybe some kind of fitted wire or snake brush accessories in the future?

  • 5 5
  • |MAY 6, 2014
  • |BY: , supply NCO

Amazing tool, now it needs a NSN number and I'll be happy. So will my gunners!