First Look: Real Avid Foul-Out Gunk Blaster

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posted on February 4, 2021
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Real Avid is introducing Foul-Out Gunk Blaster, a quick-drying gun cleaning solution that is polymer safe and can be confidently and liberally applied on the bench or in the field to blast away burnt powder residue, grease and field grime. 

“In or out of the field, it’s not always convenient or reasonable to disassemble a gun to remove fouling and particulate obstructions like grime, grit and natural particles that accumulate and interfere with performance. Having a powerful gun degreasing solvent for blasting away fouling in the chamber and being confident it won’t damage your gun was the reason we created this product,” said Howard Tripp, Chief Innovation Officer. “The flip-up precision applicator system is really the star of the show, it’s like having a pressure washer for your gun. It couldn’t be easier to clean a sticky, gummed up action. Simply blast out the crud and lightly apply our new Gun-Max Gun Oil.”

Foul-Out is a gun action cleaner and degreaser that blasts away hard to reach gunk and grime from the chamber, action, trigger and bolt assemblies, gas ports and more. Foul-Out’s fast acting formula is a gun metal cleaner and degreaser that is safe for polymer guns and is chemically engineered to be fast evaporating and quickly strips away performance hindering grime, burnt powder, oil and grease. 

Real Avid’s Foul-Out uses a combination of high-pressure precision applicator with a powerful degreaser to penetrate gun actions and their parts. Foul-Out is safe for both metal and polymer surfaces, evaporates quickly and leaves metal surfaces clean and ready for fresh lubrication. The firearm cleaner and degreaser bottle also features a flip-up two-position spray nozzle that folds down and stores with the bottle, resulting in no more lost straws. The two-position nozzle also allows for a broad spray application in the down position or a direct blasting application when the straw is deployed.

MSRP for a 12-ounce can of Foul-Out Gunk Blaster is $12.99, and more information on this product and other items from Real Avid is available at realavid.com

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