All Steel Caprock Shovel with Heavy Duty 12-Gauge Steel

All Steel Caprock Shovel with Heavy Duty 12-Gauge Steel

SKU: 92701
Dimensions: 58 x 9 x 2.5 in.
Weight: 9 lbs.
(7 customer reviews)

$79.99

  • Also known as a pony shovel, it’s the perfect tool for breaking up dense materials such as clay, coral, rock and decomposed granite
  • All steel head and handle construction from 12-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel, up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors
  • Sharpened blade edge to ease digging process
  • Extended rubber comfort grip to provide maximum comfort and to decrease hand fatigue through extended use
  • Closed back provides additional strength and prevents soil buildup
  • Protecting and durable powdered coat finish helps prevent rusting and extends the tool life
  • 100% Made In The USA

The Best Caprock Shovel

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Made To Be Abused

This Caprock / Pony shovel was built to stand up against the most extreme jobs and conditions with its all steel design. It serves as a caprock shovel to chop up sod or rough terrain, and then you can easily use this as a backup pry bar!

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Cut Down Your Work

The rounded and sharpened edge of the shovel blade allows you to cut easily through tough soil, clay, coral, and rocky ground, and the head was also designed flat for direct vertical digging.

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Product Overview

The Bully Tools 92701 All Steel Caprock Shovel with Heavy Duty 12-Gauge Steel is the perfect tool for breaking up dense materials such as clay, coral, rock and decomposed granite. It is made with an all steel construction from 12-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel, up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors, a sharpened blade edge, and a closed back that provides additional strength and prevents soil buildup. The Bully Tools All Steel Caprock Shovel comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.

Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures 100% made in the USA gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.

Details
SKU: 92701
UPC: 7-35390-92701-8
Dimensions: 58 x 9 x 2.5 in.
Weight: 9 lbs.
Prop 65

Description

The Bully Tools 92701 All Steel Caprock Shovel with Heavy Duty 12-Gauge Steel is the perfect tool for breaking up dense materials such as clay, coral, rock and decomposed granite. It is made with an all steel construction from 12-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel, up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors, a sharpened blade edge, and a closed back that provides additional strength and prevents soil buildup. The Bully Tools All Steel Caprock Shovel comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.

Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures 100% made in the USA gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.

Additional information

Weight 9 lbs
Dimensions 58 × 9 × 2.5 in
7 reviews for All Steel Caprock Shovel with Heavy Duty 12-Gauge Steel
  1. SunInSouthFlorida

    This is a true Caprock shovel, meaning that it’s relatively flat and very heavy. Like any well-made caprock shovel, this will cut right through everything that gives you trouble (hard clay, roots, debris, cabling, etc).

    If this is what you need, this shovel is the best I’ve found for the price (true caprock shovels are very expensive; locally they all go over $100 retail). The “Bully Tools” version is better than most. The current one that I have was purchased from Amazon and I’ve used it frequently over 2 years time without any issue.

    Keep in mind, if you don’t need a caprock shovel, this probably won’t be what you want and you might complain. For example, it will be heavier than a normal shovel (something you need if you want to cut through roots, etc) — and it won’t hold as much dirt due to it’s fairly straight spade that doesn’t concave (another important factor in being able to cut through things).

    Those two items are minor trade-off’s compared to the ability of this shovel to make digging a breeze. If you work only in areas of loose, light, topsoil, then use any normal spade. If you work in more typical environments, this should save you a ton of time and is very well made (not to mention a very thick gauge metal).

    I have a hard time understanding how anyone else has broken these shovels, my first guess is that it’s possible they were defective from the factory because mine has been through the worst jobs imaginable and the integrity remains good-as-new.

  2. Robert G Duncan

    Weighted heavy enough. I use it for digging plants and small trees for transplantation. It’s a far better tool than a shovel and easily cuts through small to medium tree roots. The spade is also heavy gauge such that it can be sharpened with a grinder to facilitate cutting or chopping of roots.

  3. Nick

    Solid purchase will last a lifetime thick blade and solid welds

  4. Robert

    Very strong heavy duty solid steel handle serious shovel

  5. John

    This shovel is great for getting through stuff. Used to remove some nasty concrete infill and prying some of it up and out with this thing. Worked great and will probably outlast my lifetime haha

  6. ac

    A very sturdy shovel. I put an edge on it and I use it for digging up and cutting through roots on palm trees.

  7. k m

    Let’s get this out of the way: Yes, the rivet does stick out. No, it’s not a big deal. The rivet was fine after I beat this thing for a couple of weeks. Other than that, this is a well built shovel, and better than some that I’ve seen in the local irrigation stores at double or triple the price. The welding on mine is fine. This thing is a tank.
    Where I live, we have decomposed granite hardpan with head sized rocks buried in it. I used to use a mattock to break it up and pry bar to get the rocks. As I get older I’m less inclined to bend over swinging a pick or mattock so I was eager to learn “Texas style digging” which uses a spade to break up the hardpan and pry the rocks. I am able to report that it is faster, neater, and allows smaller holes. Which raises the point that it’s easier to reach into a small hole with a shovel than a mattock. With the mattock, if you need to bust hardpan a foot down, you need to make the hole bigger to get the mattock in. If you use a digging bar instead, you need to keep swapping tools to get the dirt out. The caprock shovel busts the hardpan and carries enough dirt out of the hole. As far as prying rocks is concerned, you’ve got to use some judgement. I’ve destroyed shovels and bent pry bars before, so if nothing is moving, I stop prying and dig.

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