The Bullet Ant is a multi-tool with a bolt-action bit driver!

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CROWDFUNDING NEWS – Multi-tools come in many shapes and sizes, but the new Bullet Ant 2.0 titanium bolt-action 3-in-1 is a multi-tool in a pen form factor. This Bolt action pen is constructed of Gr5 titanium and features a forever writing pen which they really should call a forever writing pencil because it’s made of graphite. Other features include a window breaker tip that can double as a self-defense weapon and a bolt acton bit driver. The Bullet Ant 2.0 has a magnetic storage slot that can hold 2 bits and comes with an S2 Alloy Tool Steel Bit(T6) and an S2 Alloy Tool Steel Bit(Ph0) for small DIY tasks. The Bullet Ant also has a pocket clip so you can carry it in your pocket.

The Bullet Ant 2.0 campaign ends on 10/21/23 and they have already surpassed their funding goal of $5,000. You can pre-order a Bullet Ant multi-tool pen starting at $69. After the Bullet Ant 2.0 campaign ends, rewards are estimated to start shipping in December 2023. Visit their Kickstarter page for all the details.

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7 thoughts on “The Bullet Ant is a multi-tool with a bolt-action bit driver!”

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  2. Go to Polimil and buy things priced correctly and with confidence they have been tried and tested AND WILL do as their guarantee suggests!
    The things bought from ads like these are normally well over priced.

  3. Inkless pens like the ones featured here are neither pen nor pencil, and are not made of graphite.

    They work as a catalyst causing an oxidation reaction on the surface of the paper.

  4. ScruffMcGruff-Chi,ill,60652

    The title says this is a “bolt-action” multitool, but nowhere in the article does it explain just how a bit driver is or could be “bolt-action”.

    Does it shoot or expel the bits with the pulling of a bolt? Because it looks like you just pop the bit into the tip as all others. Which would mean it has absolutely no type of “action” involved. Because a “bolt-action” requires just that, an action. Where the bits in this tool seem fixed, as they should be when force & torque is applied through them.

    Or maybe the storage compartment for the bits has a door that is opened by pulling a little “bolt”? Which would make the title still very misleading, which seems to be a trend with articles and YouTube vids as clickbait.

  5. Check out the comments from the previously released kickstarter campaigns, lots of people complaining about the quality of previous items.

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