Real Avid Gun Tool Pro-AR15

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posted on January 6, 2015
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Packed with utility and built like a miniature tank, the Real Avid Gun Tool Pro-AR15 was designed to contain every instrument an AR-15 owner could ever need to keep his or her rifle performing optimally. And with 35 tools crammed onto its compact, easily-toteable frame, the Gun Tool Pro-AR15 could potentially replace whole shelves-worth of tools from work benches across the country

From scraping a carbon-scored bolt carrier group to mounting an optic and from adjusting a front sight to completely field stripping a rifle, the Gun Tool Pro-AR15 is ready for anything. Tools provided include: 11 firearm-specific Torx, Allen, Phillips and flat-head driver bits; one scraper for the carrier group and another for the bolt, firing pin and cam pins; a bolt override tool; a cotter pin puller; four- and five-sided front sight adjusters; a metal file; a tap hammer; a ¼" bit driver; a ¼" bit wrench; and more.

A magnetized removable storage container is also included to help keep any loose pins or screws from rolling away during use. The Gun Tool Pro-AR15's metal parts all sport a durable black oxide coating, and the multi-tool ships inside a sturdy, MOLLE-compatible nylon sheath. The Real Avid Gun Tool Pro-AR15 is a well-thought-out design that squeezes a lot of functionality into its small frame. Price: $50. Contact: Real Avid, 10700 Highway 55, Suite 150, Minneapolis, MN 55441; (800) 286-0567; realavid.com.

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