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Sampson Ground Shark, 31 in

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$93.32
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Sampson Ground Shark, 31 in

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Pro Plus - Business
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Is the very best tool to use for digging in hard, compacted or heavy clay-like soils!

These are all-steel construction, shaped specifically with sharpened edges (all the better to dig tough soil with). The 4130 tough chrome molybdenum alloy steel blades and handles are carefully heat-treated to produce a tool that is exceptionally strong. The result is a tough product, of a type often used in the aircraft and automotive industries when high strength steel parts are needed. WARNING All Steel shovels and spades should not be used in areas where underground electric lines, wires or cables may be present.
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Product Information


Product Specs
  • 31in long overall
  • Alloy blade and handle
Product Warranty Information

  • This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's exclusive 30-Day Down to Earth Guarantee. Click Here for more Details.
Product Features
  • Great for hard compacted soils
Product Shipping Weight
  • 2 pounds
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What type of soil is best for using the Sampson Ground Shark?
The Sampson Ground Shark is best for hard, compacted or heavy clay like soils.

2. What is the construction material of the Sampson Ground Shark?
The Sampson Ground Shark is made of all steel construction with 4130 tough chrome molybdenum alloy steel blades and handles.

3. What industries use the same type of steel in the Sampson Ground Shark?
The type of steel used in the Sampson Ground Shark is often used in the aircraft and automotive industries when high strength steel parts are needed.

4. Are there any precautions or warnings to consider when using the Sampson Ground Shark?
Yes, it should not be used in areas where underground electric lines, wires or cables may be present.

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