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The M1910 Shovel
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Chompster Jun 15 2011 says:

and this will be used as...

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Eat_Uranium Jun 15 2011 replied:

It will be used to dig holes in Germans.

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sanf Jul 16 2011 replied: dig holes into nazis not in Germans.
Don't forget there's a big difference!

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Baryonyx Jun 15 2011 replied:

a Shovel

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AirborneSn1p3r Jun 15 2011 says:

very very nice

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Cpt.Dann Jul 12 2011 says:

The deadliest weapon of all time!

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FH2noob Dec 28 2011 says:

They should add buildable objects like in Project Reality.(another awsome mod.)

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deadly_sherman Aug 2 2012 says:

can you hit people with it?

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SGT_RIZZO300 Sep 24 2012 says:

I sense trench war, get your mortars everyone!

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The M1910 T-handle Shovel

The M1910 (or T-handle as it was sometimes called) was a simple entrenchment tool made from metal with a wooden handle. It originally saw action in World War I, with many also being used in the second World War as well. Due to its relatively crude and weak design, the older M1910 was replaced in 1943 by the M1943 Shovel, but it was never completely phased out of use.

The M1910 Shovel was made by Remdul.

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