Gil Hibben Custom Self Defense Sword Cane
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  • 14" mirror polished 7cr17 stainless steel blade
  • Hidden handle release mechanism
  • Stainless steel head can also be used as a club
  • 36 1/2" overall length

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The master knife maker Gil Hibben unveils his first-ever custom designed sword cane. A 36 1/2" wooden shaft with a synthetic ivory and wood construction. A 14" mirror-polished 7CR17 stainless steel tanto blade snaps into the shaft and releases with a blade release mechanism built into the handle. The file-worked stainless steel head offers a great grip but can also be used as a club for self defense.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.83 out of 5
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Great EDC Self-Defense Blade Reviewed by Dale Rutherford on Mar 27, 2017   5 out of 5

Let me begin by saying that I have been looking for a solid, functional, self-defense, sword-cane at a reasonable price and I have admired this sword cane in the catalog for some time. I own several other Gil Hibben blades and I have never been disappointed in any of them. However, I was apprehensive about buying it based on the few negative reviews. I finally ordered one and overall, I'm pleased with the product I received relative to the price I paid. Overall, the sword-cane is a solid well-built product (relative to the price point) and it looks/feels good. As noted by others, the blade came out of the package with little or no edge on it. I believe this has more to do with making the product compliant with a broader range of marketplace restrictions (laws vary across the country) rather than poor workmanship. With a little effort, I was able to put a sword-angle edge on my new blade which is quite suitable for stopping an attacker. Some have noted that the blade is too short, but I find it just about right and well balanced. We should keep in mind, this type of "sword" is typically designed for self-defense and not designed to chop down trees with. The blade is thick and stiff enough for the designed length, suitable for slicing and stabbing. The two components fit solidly together with no wiggle or wobble. The cane is a bit heavier and robust compared to drugstore canes and well balanced to use as a club and I love the fennel made from solid stainless steel. The file-work or the fennel would some damage in and of itself. I quite pleased with the look and feel of the sword-cane combo and I'm glad I purchased it. You won't have to look very hard to find some minor workmanship flaws in the finish but I would like to point out, this product is not sold as a top-end, $thousand dollar, custom, hand-made, one-off collector's item -- it is a well made, functional, self-defense, sword-cane, that looks and feels good and priced to give you a very good value for the money you for it. To that end, I would recommend this product as a great EDG self-defense blade.

I love it Reviewed by George Chavez on Nov 20, 2016   5 out of 5

All I got to say is its great an will buy more of Gil Hibben products an from CH KADELS Awesome!!!!!

Great cane bad sword Reviewed by shaun bersch on Jun 15, 2016   3 out of 5

I like cane itself but not the sword in the cane. I love this cane as a cane but not as a means of self-defense. The sword aspect was not well designed overall. I think that the blade is too short to really do any real damage. And the blade is also very dull. However I do like how this cane functions as a cane. The cane design is great and I love the look and feel of this cane. But it is hard to deploy the blade. I think more time should have gone into designing the blade because the cane is amazing itself, it's too bad the blade doesn't match.

Nice Swordcane Reviewed by Roy Mundorff on Jun 18, 2015   4 out of 5

Nice looking swordcane. Much better than the 19.00 version. A good buy for 5t5he price.

Great Looking Great Cane Reviewed by Hans Rudolph III on Apr 22, 2015   5 out of 5

This cane is tight nice looking and well made I have no issues with it except it's not razor sharp on the blade but very good looking and solid construction. Highly Recommend 10 Stars

cheap Reviewed by kent hill on Mar 05, 2015   1 out of 5

I was disappointed beyond belief! I thought Hibbon was quality stuff.not so because this is a pos.

Buy a Kit Rae Axios instead Reviewed by James on Mar 03, 2015   1 out of 5

I ordered two of these. Just got them. Both rattle , both have loose blades in the handles. Might as well buy a 19.99 sword. I did buy the Kit Rae Axios cane sword also. A way better sword cane. The only good thing about the Hibben is the blade is thick and the cane has a classy look, but looking good doesn't mean good. God bless

sword cane Reviewed by George on Jan 28, 2015   4 out of 5

Nice cane.

gil hibben sword cane Reviewed by walter on Jan 22, 2015   4 out of 5

better than i thought it would be,need to sharpen

VERY NICE DOSEN'T RATTLE Reviewed by Ernie Austen on Dec 23, 2014   4 out of 5

I've been looking for a sword cane that didn't rattle and was well made. This cane fits those requirements, at first. It was tight & quiet till the blade was removed a few times then the metal sleeve on the cane came loose. Nothing a little glue couldn't solve. The sword developed a little play while in the cane, I glued a small rubber "O" ring in the lower metal ring and it tightened up. Now the cane is perfect. I bought it on sale so it is well worth the money. I sharpened the blade to a razor edge with my diamond stones.

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