Combi Tool; Pick & Shovel Multi-Purpose


MSRP $195.20

(2 customer reviews)

Combination pick and shovel Tool with a 42 in. handle.

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Combination pick and shovel Tool with a 42 in. handle. Produced in accordance with Forest Service Specification 5100-325A, February 1994, and MTDC Drawing 736 revision G dated September 16, 2004, or the latest revision thereof.

  • Made in USA.
  • Wildland fire fighting tool with multiple working positions.
  • Meets or exceeds latest Forest Service Specifications.
  • Shovel blade and pick are made from tough, durable tool steels.
  • Component parts are fully heat treated for maximum toughness and wear.
  • Black enamel and phosphate finish for rust resistance.
  • 42 in american ash handle provides strength and durability.
Customer comments about the CT42 FSS:

“I did want to let you know that I am extremely pleased with both the axe and the combi-tool.  The quality certainly lived up to my expectations.  The axe has a great feel and balance.  The combi-tool is well designed and rugged.  Please thank your workers for putting so much care into producing such quality products.”

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  1. Claudia Daw

    I bought this combination shovel/pick about four years ago. I take camping and to deer camp. It is a well balanced tool regardless of the orientation of the working end. It locks firmly into place at any angle. My family and deer camp buddies favor this tool above others. The quality is very high. It is worth every cent they charge for it.

  2. Ronnie Hylton

    Excellent quality steel and hickory handle. This is an extremely versatile tool. You essentially have a pick, hoe, scraper, and shovel in one tool. The hoe function easily moves a lot of dirt and can chop through 2-3 inch roots. It can also stand up to dings with rocks. The pick can move some very large rocks, upwards of 50lbs. Works decently as a shovel. If I had one tool for trail building, this would be it. The only negative is that the head become loose after a few swings. It’s a quick fix, but I would like to see a better locking mechanism.

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