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Hand-crafted, American-made Rogue Hoe Tools are constructed of recycled agricultural disk blades, which are high-grade tempered steel. This material is strong and holds an edge so your
Hand-crafted, American-made Rogue Hoe Tools are constructed of recycled agricultural disk blades, which are high-grade tempered steel. This material is strong and holds an edge so your wildland firefighting work is made easier.Flat-Bottom Rogue Hoes are sharpened on one side. A 3-1/2"L ferrule helps protect the handle.
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from Rolla, North Dakota
Based on other reviews I read, I got the 70HR hoe-rake with 40" hickory handle combination at work and used it to grub out a fireline in hardwood litter and brush. It powers right through small seedlings, saplings, briars, vines, roots, small rocks, and light brush. The tools grubs out heavier stuff than a fire rake or McCleod, and the 7-inch wide head builds line much faster than the grub end of a Pulaski or Mattock. The head is big enough that you could use it to tamp out slow burning fires in light grass. I personally purchased the FB70H flat-head 7" wide Rogue Hoe and the 55F 5.5" Field Hoe w 54" ash handle to try both of them out for fireline construction and trail building. The big one is stronger and wider, but the smaller one with the longer handle is easier on the back when using for an extended time. I bought the Field How after seeing several reviews of it on Youtube. I will take any of these over the old fashioned Hazel Hoe or Grub Hoe with the head that slides off and short handle.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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