Massif Rocks!


This story originally posted on Tactical Fanboy.


The S.H.O.V.E.L. or Semi-Horned Oblong Versatile Eating Ladle, is not just an ordinary titanium spork. It’s also has a serrated knife, bottle cap opener, and six feet of red paracord wrapped around its body. Well, all this, and it also happens to be open-source. The product page includes the data sheet and CAD files so, given the proper tools, you can make your own S.H.O.V.E.L. and even make improvements to the design.


8 Responses to “S.H.O.V.E.L.”

  1. bulldog76 says:

    nope not tactical enough no rails

  2. Nate Hale says:

    I betcha someone hurt themself reaching for that labored pun acronym name.

  3. William McLin says:

    Sold Out, that sucks.

  4. Pro says:

    Loose the cord . You cant clean it . Make a smal plastic sheath for the can opener end . Put the cord round the sheath .

  5. Mr. European says:

    I’d rather stick to the SA-INT issue LuHa and utility/combat knife…

  6. Terry says:

    I like the idea of sporks, but I’ve never found one that actually worked as advertised. I have also never been in a situation where carrying my titanium knife, fork and spoon set was such an imposition that I really felt the need to replace them all with one item.