United Cutlery Colombian Field Survival Shovel - 1065 Carbon Steel
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  • Must-have tool for bug-out bag
  • 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” 1065 carbon steel blade
  • Nonreflective black coating with silver edge
  • Cord-wrapped G10 handle
  • Four essential tools in one
  • Includes tough nylon sheath
  • Overall length: 17"

The versatile United Colombian Field Survival Shovel can be used as an axe, throwing knife, shovel or saw. It is a great addition to your camping gear or bug-out bag because it’s a tool you can count on when you need it most! It features an 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” 1065 carbon steel sawback blade with a black, nonreflective coating and a silver edge. The wide, flat design of the point of the blade makes it a perfect digging tool. The sturdy, textured handle is constructed of G10 and is paracord-wrapped for a secure grip when throwing it or using it. The blade is housed in a nylon sheath with belt loops. Measures 17” long overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 5.00 out of 5
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Great tool Reviewed by on May 14, 2017   5 out of 5

Love the sturdy feel.Edges sharp enough out of the box, but worked the non saw edges a little sharper.The only drawback is the cord wrapped handle.Not enough cord to get a good grip when using,I have fairly large hands..Easy fix by removing paracord and putting a longer piece on..Worth the $$

Hefty Reviewed by Michael LaFollette on Mar 17, 2017   5 out of 5

This is a multi useful tool. Yes, it is a little more costly than a cheap hatchet, or digging tool. It comes pretty sharp for cutting firewood, brush or maybe a staff. I've been wanting to try a Japanese style woodcarving that was cut with a similar tool. With a little work I got it carving sharp on all the edges. If you do this be careful because if you're not you might just carve you. Fortunately it wasn't a bad cut, I caught myself in time. :)

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