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Anyone Here Actually OWN A Chinese Military Shovel ???

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    I have to admit that is the most awesome Chinese shovel video I have ever seen, in spite of the many typos. Now i need one in all my 4x4s, and the music has inspired me to become a willing thrall of the Glorious Chinese Army. Gung Ho!
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    Well, I do have one.

    I got this one from the factory manager while visiting China. Anyone also interested in this? I may be able to get some over here. Also, Amazon is selling this too.

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    To QKShooter (The OP). After watching that video, it makes you wonder why anyone even tries to make heavy equipment like D-9s. Gees, Is that all I needed in life when I was young and changing the plugs in my '72 GMC truck?

    How the heck did we launch Space Shuttle Missions (STS)? Well, obviously, everyone on the workforce had one of those shovels........................
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    I think I may go and customize my shovel. Sharped the edge and cut some saw teeth on the sides. Color me inspired.
    Maybe even use it to cut the heads off of Zombie threads
    I may even watch some old Westerns while I'm doing it to complete the experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    I just tried to track down the weight of your Chinese shovel - I couldn't ever find it. The Glock only weighs 24 oz though...........
    Famous Chinese Shovel WJQ-308, 18 in 1
    Size:(Folded state):15.7" (Unfolded state): 23"
    Weight: 1.3kg (2.8lbs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Famous Chinese Shovel WJQ-308, 18 in 1
    Size:(Folded state):15.7" (Unfolded state): 23"
    Weight: 1.3kg (2.8lbs)
    Heavy little sucker. Almost twice the weight of the Glock.

    QKS - have you purchased one? Did I miss your review?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arborigine View Post
    I have to admit that is the most awesome Chinese shovel video I have ever seen
    Best comment ever.

    If I had a TV, and if I was watching said TV at 3 in the morning, and if at 3 in the morning an infomercial with that exact video and inspirational music came on, I would buy that shovel. I would buy the crap out of that shovel.

    Skip forward two weeks. My house now has trench lines, foxholes, dugouts, latrines, no trees, and so many cut veggies that I could start a roadside stand.
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    the music ruled. i kept expecting to see Hoss and Little Joe come riding up and buy one to take back to Hop Sing.
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    I actually went ahead and bought the GLOCK entrenching tool.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Heavy little sucker. Almost twice the weight of the Glock.

    QKS - have you purchased one? Did I miss your review?
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    You have to admire Chinese innovation. Look how they too a simple paper target stand and made it more cost effective by not having an expensive wood or metal base to it..... I bet using this method, they save a lot of YUAN.
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    The only thing I noticed that one doing that the e tool doesn't is the wire cutters and the prying. But you can hack a wire and pry with the shovel anyway. I'll stick with the e tool and a multitool if I need to be fancy. I lol at the men falling into the water. And only lightweight people could use something like that to scale a wall.
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    Got one and every time I dig with it and it hits a rock or a root it goes Ching Ching Ching.
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    I've had multiple US entrenching tools since Boy Scouts, and the criticisms of them as shovels are accurate. True to form the Ruskies went simple and durable. The Soviet para or spetznaz shovel is a great little shovel. It has a solid hickory handle and is built like a real work shovel instead of trying to be a flat Swiss Army knife. It so solid that its also a great hatchet. No, it doesn't become a pseudo-pick or any of that stuff, but I've had one for camping for years and it has outlasted any other camp shovel and is as solid as the day I bought it. It's not even as heavy as some all metal entrenching tools I've had and broken...
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    I have the US version i bought at Sunny's Surplus many moons ago. I think if they had a holster for it i may get one . Also on a seperate note wonder if the Chinese complain about US made stuff .
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