Real Avid Launches New Website

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posted on April 15, 2020
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Alongside its statement that the company is still fulfilling orders and shipping products during this trying time, Real Avid has announced the launch of a brand-new website. Designed to offer simplified navigation, to help consumers find the right tools for all their gunsmithing and DIY (do-it-yourself) projects, the new website is segregated into three major categories (nested under the "Shop All" tab)—Gun Tools, Gun Cleaning and Gun Type—each with dropdown sub-categories for even more precise navigation. Check it out at realavid.com

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