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What type of shovel do you carry in your vehicle?

Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by Smousefam5, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. tower
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    You can't beat that price for this quality.
     
  2. CDavisJK

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    http://www.coldsteel.com/spshovel.html

    I have the Cold Steel Spetnaz replica shovel. I havn't sharpened it but its sharp enough to cut wood if you swing hard. It's small enough to fit under the seat in my Jeep. Its pretty sweet but I havn't had to use it for real yet.
     
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    got fiskars snow shovel now in winter.. http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=175686&Referrer=affiliatewindow&source=affwin

    and then year round i got some trenching shovel.. most often the old german(?) army folding version with wooden handle. friend gave it to me after i told him i had broken my old trech shovel (the wooden handle split) i have been thinking about gettin better one but it has done its job just fine so far, so i had no desperate need to upgrade.

    need to add an axe there again also. (fiskars/gerber too)
     
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    Full sized flat blade, got plowed in once -- the little plastic folder was useless.
     
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    Normally i carry a flappy foldy military shovel, during winter times i add a proper big *** one :D And some rope, two strips of carpet, an axe, a jerrycan with some petrol..... i REALLY hope the police never looks in my trunk or i might have some explaining to do.....
     
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    westerdutch.. i hear ya.. have same problem. ;)

    just add some lye/caustic soda and you are set for burial of the victim/target. ducttape and zipties and trashbags are useful too. rofl ;) that setup will peak intrest of the police for sure. everything else you might be able to talk thru.. the lye needs lying or actual justified reason.
     
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    Ducttape and tie-wraps are actually standard kit for my car :D And the lye thing...... yeah... i bet the police wouldn't fall for the 'hey, i got many sinks in my house and i wash a lot of dogs' excuse.

    LOL
     
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    I keep a very old military surplus entrenching tool with the pick head in the back of my car. My 3 day get home and my 7 day bugout packs each have a Glock entrenching tool.