My kids are 10 and 11. Son will be getting a pocket knife for his bday. They don't hesitate to grab and use hand tools from their dad's shop (so long as they ask about which wood they can use). They mow lawns, prep and cook some meals (yes, with knives and heat!), run laundry. At the family cabin they will walk down to the beach alone to go fishing. Yes, we let them fish alone despite the risk of a hook in the eye. lol. They've helped pour concrete. Yesterday they helped haul gravel and put in weeping tile.
I fall short on the actual list. They get to stoke the fire a bit at the cabin, but, not start it or anything. They use kitchen knives but, being city kids, pocket knives haven't been around yet. They haven't thrown spears, but they play bocce ball... a little more appropriate hand eye activity for city kids i think... lol. They get to take apart stuff every once in a while, and watch and help when hubby repairs an appliance. They haven't gotten to drive because we haven't been out on farms where it would work in ages.