The Scrambler is a hexagonal metal shaft with holes that can be put into a drill chuck like a bit. "Weed-Eater" filament is laced through the holes in various configurations depending on your needs.
The Scrambler was originally designed as a tool to quickly and easily clean out the contents of an animal skull. The purpose would be for either a European Mount or to meet the regulations of certain States when transporting game over State lines. It didn't take long for our customers to realize that the Scrambler also makes a great paint mixer.
When used to clean out the skull contents, there is no longer a need for tedious scraping or picking away at all the crevices. Used with a cordless drill (not included) and a little water, the Scrambler can liquify the brain matter and thoroughly and quickly clean out the skull contents in a matter of seconds.
String and shaft included with selected product. The scrambler bit is a universal design and will fit all drills, the string configuration will determine the specific use and can be modified depending on skull size (or if used for mixing paint).
Comes with 24" of 0.095 string and 1 shaft.
String assembly required.
Countless configurations possible.
For best results on deer and elk skulls match pictures.