Real Avid Pistol Tool – A Real Utility Knife

    Ooo la la. What do my eyes behold? A firearms-oriented utility knife? Say it ain’t so…

    But it is! Real Avid has released new for this year their “pistol tool”, a combination multi-tool for handguns. Featuring over 15 tools into one package, the pistol tool is an immediate range dream. Tools include a 3/32″ punch, multiple hex bits, a file, and a 1911 bushing wrench.

    Available now from Cabela’s and other retail outlets for $34.95

    I like it. The fact that it has a bottle opener does not hurt one bit.


    Specs (From Real Avid):


    The number of tasks The Pistol Tool can handle is astounding: mounting accessories, field disassembly, adjusting laser sights, and changing grips are only a few things this tool can do. The titanium-coated implements are easily accessible with one hand and include every tool a shooter could want to service and adjust the handgun of their choosing. Each tool locks open and is carefully calibrated to popular pistol platforms- from a polymer striker fired pistol to the faithful 1911. The Pistol Tool is an essential addition to every handgunner’s range bag or workbench. The compact design also fits conveniently into most standard pistol mag pouches.


    » Titanium Coated Stainless Steel Components
    » 1911 Government and Officer Bushing Wrench
    » 4 Bondhus Protanium® Hex Keys for Laser Sights
    » Non-Hardened Stainless Steel Pick/Scraper
    » 2.5” Long Bit Driver
    » 3/32” Pin Punch with 8-32 Threads
    » 3” Tanto Knife
    » 6 Hex Bits with Ball Detents
    » Fine Tooth Metal File
    » Tap Hammer Surface
    » Sturdy, compact frame fits conveniently into a standard pistol mag pouch

    $39.99 MSRP Real Avid Pistol Tool

    Nathan S

    One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

    The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.