Sunday, August 14, 2022

Real Avid to Attend “The Gathering”

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Real Avid, the leader in DIY for Guns®, is excited to announce that the company will be displaying at The Gathering in Clinton, SC, March 18-20. The Gathering 2022 is a combination firearm range day and product expo presented by Palmetto State Armory and held at The Clinton House Plantation. The event includes a media-only day on Thursday, March 17 followed by three days of general public admission.

Real Avid will be displaying in the vendor area, where attendees are invited to see first-hand the broad range of firearm maintenance and innovative do-it-yourself tool solutions for the gun enthusiast. From firearm-specific build products to general gunsmithing tools, Real Avid is the one-stop-shop for gun maintenance, repair, and modification tools and supplies. Also on hand will be several of the newest Real Avid products for 2022.

To learn more about Real Avid’s gun cleaning chemicals and tooling solutions designed for the do-it-yourself firearm owner, visit www.realavid.com

Join the Real Avid family and become a dealer! Contact us at [email protected] or call 800.286.0567.

About Real Avid: 

Real Avid is the leader in Master Grade tools for Gun DIY® and continually develops tools, cleaning equipment and chemicals that upgrade the Gun DIY experience and sets the highest standard for performance and usability. Disruptive products that obsolete old thinking, eliminate workarounds, and ultimately define Best Tool for the Job. Products that empower Gun DIY’rs, professional armorers and gunsmiths to work smarter and master the job of cleaning, maintaining, building, and customizing guns without frustration or compromise. Visit www.RealAvid.com for more information and to see the full line of Real Avid products.  



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