Kenyon Hoe/Cultivator Mattock


Kenyon Hoe/Cultivator Mattock



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This Kenyon Tool Pro-Grade All Steel Cultivating Mattock is one tough tool to include in your rockhounding gear. My favorite part is the 3/8'' diameter tines for raking through your prospect pile. Loosen up the soil and gravel with the 2'' wide by 3/16'' thick steel hoe end then rake through with the tines while watching carefully for your target specimens. It's very ''Heavy-Duty'' short handled tool for the serious rockhound. All steel construction with a generous handle diameter vinyl grip. The mattock has 14” overall length. You can also practice digging for gold by using it in the garden on those weekends when you can't get away.
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