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Swiss Army Knives’ Features and Benefits Swiss army knives have become a beneficial tool in everyday life, when it used to be just a survival tool, ever since its technology has been enhanced to expand its purpose. Lock-blade knives contain the most heavy features compared to a simple pocket knife, while the standard Swiss army knife has the most features, such as large and small blade, corkscrew, can opener with 3 mm flat-head screwdriver, bottle opener with 6 mm screwdriver with wire stripper and bender, reamer and hole punch, key ring, tweezers. The large blade of the Swiss army knife has a length and thickness as the knife handle and used for cutting food, gut a fish, slice paper, carve your initials into a tree or whittle a piece of wood into another shape. Some knives may or may not include a small blade, but if it has one, it usually holds the same shape as the large blade, only slightly smaller, and used in cutting situations that need a delicate touch. Knife safety procedures must be observed, such that you should always cut the knife away from you body and to be careful not to let the blade snap shut with your fingers in the way.
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The procedures in using a metal corkscrew in Swiss army knives, for opening wine bottles, are fold the corkscrew out so that it extends straight out from the knife, use the knife handle to twist the corkscrew into the cork, and pull firmly on the handle to remove the cork from the bottle. Remove the mini screwdriver, just in case the knife contains it.
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The procedures for using a can opener, which is contained in some Swiss army knives, is manually operated and it goes, as follows: put the lip of the can into the cap of the can opener, then press the sharp bit into the lid of the can until it punctures through. You can also use the tip of the can opener as a 3 mm flat-head screwdriver by angling it to use the point instead of the flat breadth. As for the bottle opener component, this can be used for opening bottles, while the flat tip of the bottle opener functions as a 6 mm flat-head screwdriver and this is used for items larger than 3 mm size. The reamer or also called the awl in the Swiss army knife is used for punching holes in materials, like leather, canvas, or wood and it is purposely tapered in order to enlarge a hole by digging deeper and scraping the sides of the hole with the sharp edge. Used for keeping the knife safely tucked, as well as a clip for key chains or for a belt loop, the key ring is an external component of the Swiss army knife. On top of all the components of the Swiss army knife are the small knob, grey tweezers and small knob, tan toothpick, which are found from the end of the Swiss army knife’s handle. Be sure to wash both tweezers and toothpick after using them.