Camelot Tools LLC

Holden,  MA 
United States
  • Booth: 4849

Camelot Tools' SITEMASTER: an efficient wildland fire tool

Efficient and safer SiteMaster. 100% USA made.

Tony Cacela, a former Navy SEAL and engineer has solved the gap between light/weak hand tools and heavy, awkward backbreakers. He designed, engineered, and built a lighterweight, balanced, versatile, super tough hand excavation/striking tool. 

Spare your backs/joints. Overexertion injuries add up. Less bending. Less load. Faster work. SiteMaster.

Brands: Camelot Tools,SiteMaster, Navy SEAL Foundation, hand tools, fire tools, cut, forcible entry, clear, scrape, dig, excavate, breach, axe


    SiteMaster is an updated Wildland FireFighting hand tool. Modern. Case-hardened tough. Efficient with your energy and so safer to use....

  • Camelot Tools' SITEMASTER is a modern, optimized hand tool for wildland firefighting and more. The 8" deep main blade leads with a 7" wide beveled, serrated edge for faster breaching a line/cutting through scrub/brush. Main blade is slightly cupped for scooping. Handle connection with main blade is round, enabling 360 degree control. Tool can be used on its side to scrape. Easy to manipulate. Use tool for tough and then lighter work in one go. Severing axe on the back is optimal to cut most roots, branches, etc, without switching tools. Make more progress with each stroke--more efficient and so safer to use. Easier on user's body, especially with repeated strokes.

    Composition: Tool steel made to behave like spring steel. Case hardened. Weighs 4.5 lbs, including the 43" ash wood handle. Fitted with a heat-resistant overstrike sleeve and comes standard with a protective axe "boot" on the severing axe. This boot stores easily threaded over the handle overstrike sleeve while tool is in use.

    100% Made in the USA at Lutco, Inc., OEM; ISO

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