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Multi-purpose solution for outdoor - Torxe Tactical Shovels at RECREATIONiD!

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Old 10-15-2018, 09:25 AM
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Default Multi-purpose solution for outdoor - Torxe Tactical Shovels at RECREATIONiD!

A shovel is a vital element of any outdoor, survival and adventure gear kit and if you're looking for the perfect one, we have a solution for you. New Tactical Shovels by Torxe are sure to exceed your expectations and change your opinion of what a shovel is capable of. These tactical shovels are the next generation multi-purpose tools designed to provide a solution for just about any challenge you can face. Depending on the model, they can replace a knife, bottle opener, igniter, whistle, hammer, screwdriver, ruler and a hex wrench. No matter which of the 2 options you choose, you'll get one of the most multitalented tools for a reasonable price!

Torxe® TTSH-001 - 30.5" Tactical Shovel

https://www.recreationid.com/torxe/3...-ttsh-001.html









Features:

- Overall Length: 30.5"
- Shovel Head Length: 9.65"
- Shovel Head Width: 6"
- Handle Length: 20.85"
- Handle Color: Silver
- Weight: 2.75 lbs
- Replaces a knife, bottle opener, igniter, whistle, hammer, screwdriver, ruler, hex wrench.

Torxe® TTSH-002 - 37" Tactical Shovel

https://www.recreationid.com/torxe/3...-ttsh-002.html









Features:

- Overall Length: 37"
- Shovel Head Length: 10"
- Shovel Head Width: 5.75"
- Handle Length: 27"
- Handle Color: Black
- Weight: 3.86 lbs
- Replaces a knife, bottle opener, igniter, whistle, hammer, ruler.

Get yourself prepared for any emergency with a Torxe Tactical Shovel in your backpack!
 
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Awesome, we should add "may be used as a cooking pan" to the list of the product features!
 
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Not only can it be used as one, but it's Gorden Ramsey approved lol

seriously though. I've gotten myself out of a few jams with nothing more than one of the folding shovels. I always keep one under the back seat of my blazer
 
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Watch Torxe Tactical Shovel presentation video on RECREATIONiD youtube channel! We've already introduced this product in our post above and went over its features and benefits. Now you can actually see how this shovel works in real life!

If you still haven't ordered one for yourself or you have questions on this product – don't hesitate to ask us! Call 888.453.5150 or leave your comments below!
 
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I can imagine a car that has just roofed. A man behind stops, gets the tactical shovel, slowly walks to the wreck. Breaks the driver's window glass with a shovel glass breaker, and reverses the shovel with a serrated edge towards the driver's face. While inserting the shovel into the cabin, takes a look into his frightened eyes and says: "Sir, I am not going to chop off Your head, but use the strap cutter I got here".
IDK what would be more scary. Roofing accident or someone with a serrated edge shovel trying to free me out of the seat belts. Seriously I don't think it's a good idea with the strap cutter location. A shocked person may not necessarily interpret and understand.

Oh, as for the shovel steaks. I just wonder how does it taste, cooked on a painted shovel? As for the shovel, all is clear - it will get unhardened.
 

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