Preview: MultiTasker M:4 Stock Tool

posted on December 11, 2022
MultiTasker M:4 Stock Tool

Designed in conjunction with B5 Systems, the manufacturer of the SOPMOD and SOPMOD-Bravo AR-15 stocks, the MultiTasker M:4 is a one-piece multi-tool intended for use on AR-platform rifles.

Machined from bar stock steel using wire-EDM and CNC, the M:4 has several functions built in, including a 1/4" slotted screwdriver, a dual-lug castle nut wrench, a 1/2" hex wrench and an included bolt-override, malfunction-clearance tool.

Included with the M:4 is a specially inletted buttpad that fits onto B5 Systems stocks, allowing the multi-tool to be easily accessed and stored away; the included buttpad is available in Black or Coyote to match the host stock.

Suggested retail price is for the M:4 Multitasker is $30. For more information, visit


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