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Tactical Survival Shovel - The Ultimate Survival Tool 23-In-1 Multi-Purpose Folding Shovel

£99

This military shovel is made of high strength manganese steel alloy to withstand the toughest of conditions and a rust-resistant finish, our camping shovel is built to last a lifetime!

Nonslip handle design ensures comfortable and convenient use. With our sturdy, lightweight, and durable shovel you can dig, entrench, chop, with confidence.


Strong & Durable – High strength manganese steel alloy. Shovel board 0.25cm/0.1inch thickness, strong enough to endure the toughest conditions; Deep grain non-slip handle, make sure user comfortable and safe.

MULTI-FUNCTION – Digging, Sawing, Picking, Prying, Hammering, Bottle opening, Shovelling. High-quality steel material, can peel animal skins, scale fish, and even make fire with the built-in 2.95inch magnesium rod.


Portable & Compact – Small folding size with storage bag, survival shovels can be put in a backpack. Easy to adjust to 3 different lengths, 26.4inch, 20.9inch, 15inch.

APPLICATION – The Military folding shovel is a perfect multifunctional outdoor gear for camping, hiking, expedition, outdoor survival, hunting, fishing, gardening, etc.


COMPLETE SURVIVAL TOOLS SET

  • Easily assemble and disassemble each part of this folding shovel and store in your backpack or car.

  • Be prepared in the outback with all the different functions of this multitool.

  • Dig out a fire pit, crack the ice around your truck tires, or break a car window in an emergency.

  • Use the blade of the shovel to quickly hack branches, slice vegetables, or split logs.

  • The inner strands of the paracord loop can be used to suture and stitch up open wounds.

  • Quickly start a fire with the magnesium rod, and get those s’mores roasting!


What all can the Ultimate Survival Tool do?

Here's a list of the uses the survival shovel comes with that'll help you survive in the wilderness, or just help with general outdoors usage while camping, hiking, or military usage:

  • Shovelling
  • Digging
  • Bracing
  • Cutting (logs, rope)
  • Prying
  • Hammering
  • Window breaking
  • Chipping
  • Fire starting
  • Loud emergency whistling
  • Chopping
  • Camera tripod
  • Wire clamping
  • Self-defence weapon
  • Axing
  • Hoeing (gardening)
  • Hooking
  • Hunting
  • Peeling
  • Chiselling
  • Sawing
  • Shearing
  • Entrenching
  • Bottle/can opening
  • And more...

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