A rare percussion era combination tool for the Enfield rifle used by the East India Company. This tool incorporates a nipple pick and nipple wrench, two screwdrivers, one of which is “scooped” so that it may be used on the typical East India Company pattern “bun nut”. The center of the tool is cut out in a square for use as a three-armed lever for applying torque to the ramrod. The Nipple pick is still present which is normally missing. The third arm is threaded and probably held a worm or wiper.