Cold Steel Heavy Duty Sword Cane
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  • Black aluminum shaft, heat-treated
  • 24 1/4" stainless steel blade
  • Heavy-duty nylon handle
  • Measures 37 1/2" overall in length

This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: CA, MA, NY

This appealing sword cane is as stylish and fashionable as it is functional! This heavy-duty sword cane features a strong, partial crook handle constructed of heavy-duty nylon, with a black, aluminum shaft that is heat-treated and 5.5 mm thick. The shaft is tapered and features a thick rubber end for traction on icy sidewalks and uneven surfaces. The blade is constructed of stainless steel and it is sharp enough and strong enough to take down any attacker. This is a superior example of a sword cane!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.48 out of 5
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great sword good cane Reviewed by on Sep 18, 2016   5 out of 5

The blade is very sharp and the housing is stout, I wrapped mine with a leather hand grip and attached a lanyard to the sword for my wrist. I did however replace the foot on the bottom as it is hard plastic and is tends to slip, I put one made of rubber from a crutch on it... it is a much safer cane now..... be careful when you pull it out and put it back in, do so with a twist so the O-rings do not get messed up... I let a friend look at it and he promptly destroyed one of the O-rings.... I replaced it with a silicone one and use a compatible lube on it. I own many swords this one is the sharpest right out of the box.... and well worth the money.

It's A Cold Steel! Reviewed by Michael Ross on Aug 21, 2016   5 out of 5

After reading some of the reviews for this sword cane I was anxious to receive mine. I was not disappointed - it is Cold Steel quality. Nice solid unassuming cane. Blade is razor sharp. O-rings were well lubed. Everything you would expect from this manufacturer. I weigh 220 lbs. and am able to put my full weight on the cane with no issues. The blade would slice paper. The only drawbacks - this cane is somewhat heavy - I do not think it could have the same quality and be much lighter though. The tip could be a little better but is more than I expected based on other reviews. The one thing I'd like to see added is some type of lanyard. THere is a small hole through the front edge of the handle to add your own but it would be nice to have one included.

I love mine Reviewed by on Jul 03, 2016   5 out of 5

Had this cane/sword for two years. Just put a little Vaseline on the o-rings every six months and they work perfectly. I spray mine with Break Free CLP twice a year and leave it on when I put it in the cane. Not a speck of rust anywhere. I am a disabled vet with back problems about 250 pounds and very often I put my full weight on this cane. It still looks brand new except for the tip. That is a normal wear item on any cane. I am not associated with Cold Steel in any way and received nothing from them for this review. I just want other folks to know what a great value this cane/sword represents. John Gafford

Very nice! Reviewed by Alisha Crick on Jan 30, 2016   5 out of 5

It only took 3 days for it to arrive at my door and that's fast for BUDK not to mention I got my initials engraved in it and it looks real good its in perfect shape I have no complaints the o rings r fine and the blade is sharp but u have to kind of break it in when u get it I had to pull it in and out of the staff a few times for it to get easier hard to explain but its cold steel you won't be disappointed its very nice and now my favorite sword I own I give it 5 stars!!!!!

Very Pleased Reviewed by on Oct 14, 2015   5 out of 5

At first sight ... I was certain that it was not 1055 high carbon steel, as it was polished to an exceptionally bright mirror finish. However, upon testing the blade's resilience (a tad of bending), it proved, to me at least (I took it to almost 45 degrees) that it was high carbon spring steel. The O rings that create the suction were in perfect condition (some reviews have stated that theirs were dry). I did apply some additional plumber's silicon (90% pure), just for giggles and grins. My only complaint is that the blade seemed a bit on the dull side. However, it is easily sharpened. The cane is quite rugged and stable. I would assume that it could easily support the weight of a 250 pounder. The scabbard (?) portion of the cane is exceedingly solid and, in and of itself, wouldn't make that bad of a cudgel ... just a touch light for that. But, none the less quite robust. I'm giving it five stars ... nothing else to add.

Good stuff here Reviewed by shayne morgan on Aug 11, 2015   5 out of 5

This sword cane is colds steel.for sue but I fear.the three.pins holding the blade in the handle are not going to keep for ever. I'd suggest thickening them an make them more snug in the holes. Nice an sharp length is great for some one at 6 foot tall. Blades over oiled.I think but that's no big deal. Buy it you absolutely won't be discouraged.

The only one to buy Reviewed by James on Jun 21, 2015   5 out of 5

Solid thick blade. Sharp and sturdy. Like everyone else the plastic rings broke the first time I unsheathed the sword. The rings are simply the wrong shape, size, and material. But easily replaced. I got some soft rubber gaskets from plumbing supply, but may try to get some Teflon rings, or Viton o-rings for durability. Use a little grease on the o-rings. Despite the o-rings annoyance, this is the strongest sword-cane on the site.;-)

Dryrot Reviewed by Prof Parker on Apr 06, 2015   1 out of 5

I liked the cane when it arrived. It was only useful a day. The O-Rings were dry-rotted and crumbled the seconded time I pulled the sword out, to show one of my sons when he came by to visit. The blade is not very sharp at all. This cane must be very old or the O-Rings were bad, but unlikely because they would never have been able to install them due to the dry-rot.

HD Cane Reviewed by Jeff Bailey on Mar 25, 2015   5 out of 5

I've been using my Cold Steel Heavy Duty cane for a bit more than 2 years. I am 327 lbs, disabled and can't go more than about 8-10 feet without help. Cold Steel isn't full of BS when they call it HD! the tip IS more like plastic but as it wears it gets better traction. When it does wear out, simply cut the tip off where it hits the metal then leave the rubber sleeve inside the shaft so the blade can't touch the inside of the shaft. Then get a 1 cane tip replacement from the drug store. The blade in mine came razor sharp on all sharpened edges - full length on one side and about 12 more on the opposite side, giving you a VERY sharp double-edged defensive weapon. Do be careful as it is not legal in many cities, not just the 4 states they can't sell & ship to. This blade is only a few inches shorter than the shaft - a very effective weapon, if needed and the shaft can me used as a bat or to parry thrusts aimed at disabling YOU! One of the o-rings broke after about 18 months and Cold Steel replaced them quickly, and as others have mentioned, a #13 ring can be found at most hardware stores - tho' I

cheap for $98.00 Reviewed by Fred on Feb 19, 2015   1 out of 5

for the price, this was so bad the rubber gasket ripped first time I used it. what else can What can I say, the gaskets ripped first time I used it!!! cheap. put in garbage.

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