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Greatest Tools #6: Enormous Standard Screwdriver

Greatest Tools #6: Enormous Standard Screwdriver
Screwdriver

    The gigantic standard screwdriver is number 6 on my “Greatest Tools of All Time List.” But, it needs to be a Craftsman so that you can take advantage of that wonderful “no questions asked” tool replacement guarantee.

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    Here are a few of the greatest uses.

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    • Prying
    • Chiseling
    • Lifting
    • Splitting
    • Mutilating
    • Jamming through a stubborn oil filter
    • Throwing to stick in the ground.
    • Holding your dog leash pegged to the ground
    • Cross jumping a starter
    • Propping up your hood (but you need to put it near the spring)

    What are your best uses?

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    Read the first 5 Greatest Tools of All Time List if you missed them:

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    Reg Adkins writes on behavior and the human experience at (elementaltruths.blogspot.com).

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