- Cordura, MOLLE II Carrier
- Tri-Fold Entrenching Tool
- Compact Design
The Military Surplus Entrenching Tool with Carrier is a lightweight, folding shovel used by the United States Armed Forces for several decades. These Entrenching Tools are genuine surplus and the most recent modifications include a "D" shaped handle for better ergonomics. The innovative tri-fold design allows the shovel to be compacted when not in use. Because these Entrenching Tools are actual GI surplus, they are constructed of steel and hard-coat anodized according to military specifications. Strong and weather resistant, these handy shovels are used by campers, hikers, survivalists and general outdoorsmen alike. As an added bonus, it's easy to take with you wherever you go. No matter what the task is, these Entrenching Tools are built to handle it!
The Military Surplus MOLLE II Entrenching Tool Carrier fits excellently over military issue entrenching tools. The carrier comes with two MOLLE straps on the back making it easy to strap onto a load bearing vest, belt, or pack. There is a metal grommet at the bottom for draining. The quick release buckle allows the Entrenching Tool to be accessed easily while still securing it firmly during travel. The durable Cordura repels water and mold while keeping the blade of the Entrenching tool covered.
Grade 1: Excellent to New/Unissued - All Military Surplus Entrenching Tools with Carrier are US Government issued products. Products may be outside the original manufacturer's packaging, but they will show no signs of wear.
Grade 2: Good to Very Good - Tools may have slight surface rust on cap by the handle and slight surface rust on exposed metal on the front and back of the shovel head. Blade will show some use, but will be in overall good condition. Dirt may be present on the shovel from prior use. Carriers may be faded, show staining, and have marks in the rubber.
Grade 3: Serviceable to Fair - Tools may have rust on cap by the handle and rust on exposed metal on the blade. Rust on blade will be able to be felt when touching the blade. Blade may have been used heavily and may need to be re sharpened.