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Real Avid Smart Cleaning Mat - AR15



As far as maintenance, cleaning, and upgrades your AR-15, you have your tool situation locked down. That's a great start. Now you just need a regular and consistent place to do your work. Whether you set up shop on your work bench in the garage or right on top your kitchen table, Real Avid has you covered. More accurately, they have your work area covered with their Smart AR-15 Cleaning Mat. The Real Avid Smart AR-15 Cleaning Mat gives you enough space to fully field strip your AR, and it has an integrated parts tray to make sure you don't lose your small parts. As an added perk, printed on the oil-resistant surface are directions to disassemble your AR.


  • Includes Parts Tray
  • Oil-Resistant Surface
  • Printed Disassembly Directions
Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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