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Arlyn / ARJames’ Bead Opener Tool on Kickstarter

Arlyn “ARJames” James, a Bacci Mountain regular, is running a Kickstarter where he is offering the multi use Bead Opener Tool (BOT) he has been machining.
The BOT is a key chain 1/4 hex bit driver.
http://kck.st/1NGFfoQ

I’m excited for the BOT because it means I don’t have to carry around a hex bit screw driver in my backpack all the time.
If you’ve played with our group in Northern California then you’ve met Arlyn and seen his custom lever action WGP Sniper and 12 gram stock.

This project will fund his knife prototyping and probably help upgrade his current mill setup for more paintball projects in the future. Who knows, maybe someday he will offer his lever action Sniper through kickstarter?
Support Arlyn and get yourself a Bead Opener Tool / BOT!

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