(If any aspect of this product fails to meet your high expectations, we will pay the postage for you to ship it back to us for a Full Refund.)


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. 
  • Works on all animal skulls,
  • Watch video for helpful tips. 
  • Also makes a terrific paint mixer
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
Kurt Kobus

Seen someone else use one. Liked what I seen. Hope to use it for myself next season.

Adam Gilbert
The scrambler

I'm gonna give it a 3 star review because 1st I haven't used it yet but when I do it's gonna be for deer skulls and 2nd I was under the assumption that it would come with 3 pieces of that hard plastic to try different things with. But nope it didn't. So as of right now it's a 3 star item.

Wyoming Outdoor Corp (Maven)

these things rock

James Dunsmore
An efficient piece of kit

Well built, easy to use. Overall, pleased.