Preview: Real Avid Gun Tool Amp 1911

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posted on October 14, 2020
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Part knife, part multi-tool and part M1911 pistol-specific armorer kit, the Real Avid Gun Tool Amp 1911 is an altogether self-contained, handheld solution to maintenance of one of the most popular handguns of all time.

The 5½"x1½" tool features locking blades—2.6" drop point knife, pick, carbon scraper, metal file, hex nut wrenches and mainspring housing punch—and both Government and Officer’s barrel bushing wrenches.

It detaches from a polymer holster that contains a series of bits (1/8 and 3/32 hex; T10, T15 Torx; 5/32" 3/16", 7/32" and 1/
4" flat blades; and a frame bushing tool) along with a fold-out magnetic driver. A bottle opener is included for use when the maintenance has been completed.

Suggested retail pricing on the Real Avid Gun Tool Amp 1911 is $70. For more information, visit
realavid.com.

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