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    Quote Originally Posted by LostMyDirections View Post
    The feature I use the most, sadly to say (since I left my EMT job) would have to be the bottle opener.
    Tractor Supply has the ScrewPop set (http://screwpoptool.com/screwdriver.html http://screwpoptool.com/flashlight.html and http://screwpoptool.com/wrench.html) for $3.29 at the moment, so I grabbed it mainly because I needed a small flashlight for whatever I was doing. Then I realized the common feature of all three tools is the bottle opener. Really? Do you have to be able to open a beer with every single tool? Doesn't anybody just use a t-post anymore?


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    I open bottle with a Bic lighter more than anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batch View Post
    I open bottle with a Bic lighter more than anything.
    Oh, they'll help you with that too: http://screwpoptool.com/lighter-holder.html
    And when you can't decide between wine and beer: http://screwpoptool.com/wine-opener.html

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    Pliers and wire cutter

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    Pliers, saw, knife.

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    I find that I only dig out a multitool when I need the pliers but thats usually because I have a SAK and some other blade on me that I prefer for cutting.
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    Pliers, knife, screwdriver
    I carry one for work all the time, and usually on weekends too working around the yard or on treks. Indispensable when fishing.
    I'm thinking of asking for a Skeletool for Christmas. Why carry all the rest?
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    Wire cutter too
    We're here for a good time, not a long time.Semper Fidelis

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    Mainly the file and pliers, and interestingly enough I rarely use the knife on my leatherman. If want to use a knife it either the slip joint or fixed blade that I happen to be carring at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSG View Post
    Well, since it spends more time put away than in actual use, I'd have to say the most used feature is the foldyness.
    Hahaha! I see what you did there! I agree, foldyness is the feature I actually use the most, too.

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    Cork screw.......okay I am lying (just wanting to help out Adventure Wolf not feel alone in his issues of bottle openers)
    The scissors on my Micro Leathernman is about the only tool I ever use unless I am "doing surgery." Then I use the blade on the same Micro tool because that is all I ever use it for and try to keep it very, very sharp. I carry it like 24/7 if I am wearing anything then I have it but for the life of me I do not know why. I really do not use it much at all in comparison to my folders.

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    Foldyness. That right there is funny I don't care who you are.

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    Its easier for me to mention the least used tools on my leatherman. The scissors and saw are least used and that being said, they are both dull from use and will be shipped back to leatherman for proper attention.

    I love this tool, I've owned maybe 6 different models and would mind getting a few others.

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