I've been playing with my new MUT over the weekend and to me it seems to be almost the perfect mulitool to be carrying when the SHTF. Aside from the aggressive locking knife and woodsaw blades, it has an assortment of firearms tools that I haven't seen anywhere else except on the Brownells AR15 tool, which to my mind is overspecialized as an all-rounder. There's a pin punch that can be removed and hammered with the hammer feature, a replaceable bronze attachnment for carbon scraping, and no less than 6 different screwdriver attachments (on 3 bits that fit and lock into a special bit holder). The pliers and the punch pin screw-in are tapped and threaded for standard gun cleaning attachments ... and for AR users there's a bolt override feature that I don't expect to need with my M14. GI1
There's a separate mini double box end wrench, 1/2 and 3/8 inches, that fits in the back of the sheath, and the smaller end of which will remove the gas piston plug on my PROC version M14. Living in a metric-based country (we continued even after the USA backed out), it would be nice to have a selection of metric fitting tools also available, but hey you can't have everything and this tool is of course strictly made in the USA.
EDIT: I forgot to mention there's a dedicated cord/webbing cutter- but I'm not sure how good it would be on webbing and don't have any to sacrifice in a test right now. Also, there's the usual wire cutters, but the MUT versions are replaceable.
I've never been a particular fan of the heavier multitools (I EDC a much lighter Juice model when possible; the big ones look great when you buy them, then end up staying at home) but this new MUT is irresistible for a firearms operator who may not be able to carry around a chest of tools, or who needs them close to hand anywhere. If I had to pick one thing for my Batman EOTWAWKI utility belt, the MUT would be it. Look for the black version, the chrome finished one reflects light around like a mirror.