ARti tool for EDC offers gun and gear tools in a compact package

The ARti turns traditional, bulky every day carry tools on their head, offering concealed carriers a slimmer, compact EDC tool.

The ARti combines a slim design with an array of built-in functions for gun owners who prefer to carry a tool for quick holster and gun adjustments. The ARti is built from grade 5 titanium and is TSA friendly. Just 3mm thick, the tool is strong yet unobtrusive when carrying.

The ARti can be used to adjust holsters on the fly. (Photo: TacWare via Indiegogo)
The ARti can be used to adjust holsters on the fly. (Photo: TacWare via Indiegogo)

The tool is packed with features gun owners might find useful in the field and away from their toolbox. The ARti is equipped with a Phillips and flat-head screwdriver, 1/4 inch hex wrench, two round key chain holes, nail puller, mil-spec bottle opener, sharp point and a scraper/prybar end for AR-15 carbon build-up removal.

Shaped like the popular AR-15, the EDC tool also utilizes a pocket hook that slides onto pants allowing for quick access.

Launched on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform, the ARti tool comes in an array of packages starting at $32.

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