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Sharpshooter Shovel

Uses

Uses

Used in all construction industries including landscaping, irrigation, plumbing, mining, and utilities

Effectively dig into hard, rocky, or clay soil

Dig narrow holes such as those for fence posts

Cut through roots

Dig in hard to reach areas that equipment is unable to access

Features

Features

Weight benefit of a steel digging bar

Recoil absorption when working in hard or rocky soil

Straighter blade angle allows for easy shaping or squaring of holes and trenches

Sharpened and heat treated 1/8′′ thick chrome-molly steel head provides superior penetration through the most difficult soils and roots

Reduced shovel breaks due to over 12 inches of continuous weld between the blade and the handle

Handle stays cool when left in the sun

High visibility powder coating yields easily identifiable shovels

Specifications

Specifications

Dimensions:
Total Length: 78″
Head width: 5.5″
Head Length: 14.5″
 
Materials:
Head: Tempered Steel
Shaft: Steel with Vinyl Tubing

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