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  1. I made a post a couple years ago asking how to remove carbon from the bolt and bolt carrier. My conclusion then was to try to scrape the carbon with whatever tool I could find that would work, but nothing I had worked well. I noticed an advertisement in a gun magazine for the Real Avid AR-15 carbon scraping tool. After reading some reviews on Amazon I decided to give the tool a try. While ordering the Real Avid tool, I noticed the "what others also purchased" on Amazon included an interesting tool for the same purpose made by Kley-Zion. I ordered both. I cleaned two bolt carriers, bo
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