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Zac Tools McLeod Wildland Fire Tool - 48" Fiberglass Handle

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  • Zac Tools McLeod Wildland Fire Tool - 48" Fiberglass Handle

    • Very popular tool used in wildland firefighting for trail building / clearing, aka "rake hoe"
    • Blade is made for 12-gauge hardened steel with a sharp edge on one side and aggressive teeth on the other side
    • Super durable handle made of fiberglass
    • Head is attached to handle using dual rivets for durability
    • Also used for garden work and light tamping
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    McLeod Fire Tools
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