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Whether you like to spend a lot of time in the wild or are a weekend camper, you will always need trusted outdoor tools by your side. We have a selection of the best outdoor tools including axes, machetes, and saws, to help you clear whatever obstacles stand in your way!

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Condor Engineer Bolo Machete

#601070
This beast is a Corps of Engineers' choice for clearing the heavy stuff. The razor-sharp, 1075 high carbon steel blade has a thick, full profile tang. Scales are stained walnut with genuine brass rivets and lanyard hole. Includes handmade leather belt sheath.
$89.95

Condor Solobolo Knife

#404499
The perfect companion for those really serious about bushcraft and solo trekking! The 1075 high carbon steel is 3/16" thick and has a stout, full profile tang. Hand sharpened and finished in El Salvador. Includes handmade leather belt sheath.
$91.95

Special Forces Shovel

#802962
The Special Forces Shovel is modeled after the original Soviet Spetznaz shovel. The shovel head and socket are forged from medium carbon steel, then heat-treated for maximum strength. The edges come sharpened to a utility / axe edge that can easily be improved to razor sharpness.

$17.95

Windlass Cobra Steel Wakizashi

#501391
This outdoor, rugged version of Wakizashi, is well balanced tactical chopper with a full profile tang for strength. Factory sharp, includes leather sheath with metal throat and tip.
$74.95

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Review of: Special Forces Shovel

It does everything i can throw at it
Reviewed by: Robert, September 26, 2021

Review of: Special Forces Shovel

Here's another quality product that small enough to store inside a compact or subcompact car, or in the trunk of any size car. Useful for getting yourself out small muddy ruts or cleaning a thick like snow of
off your windshield. The only drawback is that its sharp edges do leave scratches behind. The edges are sharp and formidable. No wonder why Spetsnaz uses it as a weapon and it has yet to be restricted by law in any state. I also think that it would make an excellent gardening tool for planting small trees and shrubs.
Reviewed by: James, December 22, 2020