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Thread: Introducing the Ultimate Zombie Defense Tool!

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    Was looking online for "The Crovel" and it looks like good and bad news for the product line. The regular Crovel is no longer being produced but before it was discontinued the price had dropped to $85. Still expensive but not $140 expensive. The Crovel Extreme will go through another run in April and they are accepting preorders for $109 ( http://www.survivaloutdoorgear.com/d...?cPath=3466194 or http://www.gearupcenter.com/crovel-e...des-wait-time/ ). Also does not appear that the OP's shop (EMACS Tactical shop http://www.emacstacticalshop.com/ ) carries them any more.
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    I dunno... sort of the 'Tactical Wheel Barrow" of entrenching tools....
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    it looks like an e tool bolted to a crow bar. from my first glance it looks like the crow end would likely gouge you if you try to dig with it or hit a zombie. and the shovel end would likely get in the way of prying somthing....its one of those things id have to see and feel to judge it. might be good to keep in a trunk of car. but i do have a serious sales and marketing question for the op that i hope is taken in a proper way. what makes the crowvel better than a standard crow bar that cost 25 to 35 dollars and and a etool or spetsnaz shovel that cost 20 bucks. what makes me want to buy this....yeah it looks pretty sweet in a action movie sort of way, but what sets it apart from the rest? does the handle detach from the shovel to make hammering easier. the bottle opener idea is slick. what kinda steel? hardness? i wanna see this thing used an an entry tool...the product has uses but the marketing makes it less serious by using zombies and such..id like to play with one to try it.
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    I see your tactical zombie slaying shovel, and I'll raise you one FUBAR

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