seven-level + screwdriver, so called because (military) "seven-level" personnel (advanced techs/higher ranks) typically carried this kind of screwdriver. It was rumored to be the ONLY tool these advanced techs ever needed, or were allowed to carry. Advanced techs only "do" small trim-pot tweaking. Less-experienced techs handle the heavier tools and tasks.
- A plastic-handled (officially yellow) pocket screwdriver (with clip) and a 2.5 inch shank, ending in a 1/8 inch slotted head.
- For usage examples of this term, see Citations:seven-level screwdriver.