Internet #205347952

Model #82515

14-Gauge Round Point Shovel with Fiberglass Long Handle

  • Handle designed to increase leverage and reduce fatigue
  • Manufactured strong and durable
  • Perfect tool for digging and landscaping
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Product Overview

The Bully Tools Round Point Shovel, reinforced fiberglass handle and an extended length ferrule. 14-Gauge Round Point Shovel has a Fiberglass Long Handle. Blade measures 9.25 in. x 11 in. with a 48.5 in. handle. Tool measures 59.25 in. long. The Bully Tools Round Point Shovel comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship. Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.
  • Features a closed back, support rib for strength
  • Features an extended length ferrule
  • Has a reinforced fiberglass handle
  • Comes with a limited lifetime warranty
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    14-Gauge Round Point Shovel with Fiberglass Long Handle

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Warranty / Certifications

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Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers


How is this different from the other 14-gauge shovel (Model #62515)? They are the same price, sam...

Asked by Greg July 17, 2020

Is the handle just fiberglass or fiberglass with a wood core?

Asked by Dan July 8, 2020

what length is handle?

Asked by digger April 11, 2019

Too short. This illustration is very deceiving. Also the handle starts to stress easily when you excavate small rocks.


Asked by Jon August 20, 2017

Yes, we offer a limited lifetime warranty which covers damage during normal use.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 29 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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Solid and American Made
SHAFT The shaft is made of fiberglass, and quite tough. It was able to handle a good 200 lbs with a bit of a bounce. I'm not sure if there are any strength benefits or weight savings to using fiberglass versus wood, but at least you won't get splinters! BLADE The blade is made with 14 gauge tempered steel. It is quite sturdy, and cuts through both wet soil and bone dry dirt with ease. The cutting edge is pointed at a good angle giving you leverage with the egress into each cut. The neck of the blade, a usual weak spot, is reinforced with an extra perpendicular metal weld for strength. The shoulder of the blade is wide enough for a good amount of force application via boot. SUMMARY A solid, well built, American Made shovel. Great all around.
by Steve
4 people found this helpful
Bully Tools - Made in the USA and tough as an ox... or a "Bull." Can you dig it?
A quality shovel made in the USA. The fiberglass handle is really strong and there is no "wiggle" where the shovel connects to the handle (I hate when you have weight on a shovel and it wiggles!). The handle is straighter than I'm used to, but that adds to its strength when prying or stomping it into the ground. I have really big hands and feet, so I would have preferred if the shovel had a slightly thicker handle and bigger foot stomp, but most folks won't have my issues. Overall I'm still pleased with the shovel's performance and strength. I read a review where someone had removed the sticker on the shovel and it took off some of the powder coat -- that can lead to premature rusting. In my experience, you shouldn't remove stickers on tools and let them wear away while you work. Anyway, I dig this shovel because I doubt I'll be able to break it ...and it's made here in the USA!
by breynold2
5 people found this helpful
Durable and Built to Last
Shovels come and go. Nothing super different about this shovel. However it is made to last longer than most on the market today. Handle is made of fiberglass. Will not dry rot or rust. Shovel has an 1/8 inch thickness to the blade built for tough and rugged jobs. Attaching pin is thick and built to last. Best part is it's MADE IN AMERICA any they display it proudly.
by Debbie
16 people found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Snapped after three uses over four months. Reviews may not be reliable. Proceed with caution.
I bought this from Home Depot in April, 2020 to replace an old shovel. I've owned two in the past 20 years (first lasting about 8 years, and the second lasting 12). I guess that shows how much I value my shovels since I can identify how long I've owned them! My last shovel finally snapped, and I had to look for a replacement. I went with this one, because I try support local economies and buy American, when possible. I wanted to give another star for keeping Americans employed, but something just seems fishy here. The shovel broke on my third use. I was digging out some small tree stumps, and it snapped. Now, I've probably gone through this process on probably four dozen or more small trees and bushes over the years (clearing out of control plantings and replanting), I've never had this happen. Step one, dig around the stump/root ball. Step two, add water (from hose or rain). Step three, wait. Step four, dig some more. Sometimes a reciprocating saw is used, but not always. I dig a little, and get under a root and pry it just enough to let water run around. This is the first time I have used this shovel for this purpose, and it snapped. Never had the issue before with other hickory-handled shovels. As a matter of fact, the grain was the wrong direction on my most recent shovel, and it still outlasted this one by around 140 months! Glad to hear others have had good experiences, but I gotta admit that I was skeptical of such high reviews, because this shovel snapped like a piece of junk. I decided to run Fakespot on the reviews for this shovel on another a to z website, and they got a D rating. That means that it seems like "high deception" is involved in the reviews.
by JJ
Looks like I won't be breaking this one any time...
Looks like I won't be breaking this one any time soon.
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Quality USA made shovel, spend the extra for long lasting...
Quality USA made shovel, spend the extra for long lasting quality, thanks MERICA
by CVW
Great shovel, good quality....
Great shovel, good quality.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Excellent quality American made not Chinese made....
Excellent quality American made not Chinese made.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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