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NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Portable Gun Tools

This week, Joe Kurtenbach examines a few portable and affordable gun tools every firearm owner should own.

Product Preview: Hoppe’s Gun Medic

Hoppe’s has developed a quick-clean solution—Gun Medic Cleaner & Lube.

Product Preview: Tac Shield Universal Cleaning Kit

The 25-piece Universal Cleaning Kit by Tac Shield services firearms with bore diameters of .22, .243, .270 and .30.

Product Preview: Real Avid Smart Mat

Proving a firearm maintenance mat can be more than just a table protector, Real Avid’s Smart Mat includes functional characteristics, such as a tray for organizing small parts—including a magnetized compartment—and oil-resistant material for easy clean-up.

Product Preview: Shooter’s Choice Polymer Safe Quick Scrub Firearms Action Cleaner

A heavy-duty cleaner that dissolves powder fouling and carbon build-up without damaging metal, polymer or exterior firearm finishes, the Polymer Safe Quick Scrub Firearms Action Cleaner from Shooter’s Choice is an economical way to keep your guns’ actions running clean and smooth.

Product Preview: Otis MSR/AR Cleaning System

AR-15-pattern arms perform best with proper cleaning and maintenance, and Otis Technologies is a leading source of portable service kits for those, and many other, firearm platforms.

Product Preview: Lucas Oil Products Extreme Duty CLP

The Extreme Duty CLP, from Lucas Oil Products Inc., is a lightweight, do-all gun oil designed to penetrate rust, free stuck parts, and dissolve fouling and contaminants while adding a layer of protection for preservation.

Preview: Real Avid Gun Tool Amp 1911

The Real Avid Gun Tool Amp 1911 is designed to help owners of one of the world's most popular pistol platforms perform maintenance easily.

Eastern Maine Shooting Supplies Premium Lube Universal Pistol Field Cleaning Kit

This kit contains everything needed for cleaning and maintenance at the range and in the field.

Dealing With Fouling: Getting Out What You Put In

So, you have a rifle that simply isn’t accurate anymore. What do you do? The answer may lie in cleaning the barrel like you’ve never cleaned it before.

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