Lesche RS Digging Cutting Tool with Sheath
Offered in Two Serration Versions Depending on How you Dig and What Hand you Use
This heavy duty digger will break through most soils and even small roots to retrieve your treasure. The digging tool has a comfortable rubber grip handle with hand guard plate. The hand guard plate is to protect your hand from sliding down on the digging part of the tool. Alloy steel blade is heat treated and tempered for long edge life and resists rust. Blade size: 2x7" and 11.5" overall. Includes a handy cordura belt holder with plastic insert for carrying.
The Lesche Digging tools are offered in two versions, (RS) for Right Serration and (LS) for Left Serration. Depending on how you dig and what hand you use, choose either an (RS) or (LS) depending on what side of the digger’s blade you want to be the primary blade side. Example: If you dig with your Right hand most Right-handed people will dig their plugs in a clockwise direction so you might choose the (LS) version if you want the serrations on the primary digging side or the (RS) if you prefer the non-serrated side as primary. For a Left-handed person if needed the serrations to be the primary side you would choose the (RS) because most Left-handed people tend to plug in a counter-clockwise direction. Bottom line is choosing the version that most closely fits your digging style.
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- Quick Look Well-engineered, serrated heavy duty (RS) digger by Lesche Digging Cutting Tool with a comfortable rubber grip handle and hand guard plate.
- SKU 251-10
- Product Dimensions 14.75x4.25x2.50
- Manufacturer SKU 48-RS
- Manufacturer Lesche
- Product Type Knives
- Tool Size 11 - 20"
- Handle Type Standard
- Digging Tool Type Digging Tool
Lesche RS Digging Cutting Tool with Sheath
- Blade Size : 2x7" and 11.5" Overall
- Includes a Handy Cordura Belt Holder
- RS Model, Serration on Right Side of Blade
- Heat Treated and Tempered for Long Edge Life and Resists Rust
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Review by BK on October 12, 2020I’ve had this tool for almost 20 years. Easy to carry, it rips through those annoying roots. The ones that keep you from your prize. Parks near me don’t permit larger shovel type digging tools. The Lesche tool cuts through grass cleanly, and quickly.
Review by Juan Val Dez on August 20, 2019I've been using this tool for well over a year now. It's tough and solid enough to handle anything you can dish out by hand. The blade is thick enough you never have to worry about bending the tip. It cuts through grass and most roots with little effort. My only complaint is that the plastic cover on my handle has begun to slip off if I pull too hard on it. As others have stated, for deep targets you'll want to use something else. This tool is great for cutting a plug but isn't really designed to remove dirt. Don't purchase a cheap tool that you'll be replacing within a few months due to it being bent or broken, get quality and save money in the long run.
Review by CJ Williams on August 20, 2019I use this every time I go out hunting. It is the thing I use most besides the Garret Pinpointer. Great tool and highly recommended.
Review by Carey on August 20, 2019Very good tool for digging in parks and yards where there are shallow targets. If it’s more that four or five inches, stick with a shovel. Basic tool every day carry
Review by JANE on August 20, 2019When I first started detecting and was looking for a hand digging tool, everything I read said Lesche was the best. I bought one and can say it is indispensable as a detecting accessory. I would wholeheartedly recommend this tool to anyone looking to improve their target recovery.
Review by Jim C on October 27, 2014This tool took the anxiety out of plug cutting for a beginner. The blade is aircraft steel so it can be thinner than an inferior grade of steel. The pointed tip and integral root cutter works great. The handle has not rotated or pulled away from the shaft. There is ample area to use your palm to help push down on the tool to sink it to the hilt in clay soil and thick sod. I sink it all the way and rock it back and forth, working my way around to cut the plug, pop the plug and it is usually about 5" deep before I even begin to dig in the hole. I was having a great deal of trouble cutting plugs and digging with the wrong tool, I didn't even want to hunt on the grass before I ordered this trowel. Now don't hesitate to go after a target that is 6" deep on a manicured lawn. It has truly exceeded my expectations.
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