A Pulaski is a tool with a fibreglass handle and both an axe head and hoe at the end.
Used for clearing vegetation, the axe head is used to cut thick roots and the hoe is use to dig them away and clear the ground.
The combination of axe and grub hoe will chop, grub and dig lines in hard and soft soils.
Designed with reinforcement sections at critical stress points.
The tool combines an axe and an adze in one head, similar to that of the cutter mattock with a rigid handle of wood, plastic, or fibreglass.
The Pulaski is a versatile tool for constructing firebreaks, as it can be used to both dig soil and chop wood. It is also well adapted for trail construction, gardening, and other outdoor work.
As a gardening or excavation tool, it is effective for digging holes in root-bound or hard soil.
Material: 045# Forged Steel Head, 48-55HRC
Total Length: 36”