M48 Kommando Survival Hammer Tactical Hiking Staff
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  • Tactical hammer, spike, walking staff in one tool
  • Cast 2Cr13 stainless steel head
  • Powerful curved back spike
  • Fiberglass and reinforced nylon handle
  • Overall length: 37 3/8"

The M48 Tactical Survival Hammer from United Cutlery is the perfect companion for hiking and camping. With a 37 3/8" overall length, it's great as a walking staff, and the cast 2Cr13 stainless steel, black oxide-coated head can pound practically anything into submission with ease. The curved back spike is an effective breaching tool and a great defensive alternative to the stout hammerhead. The spike and hammer together make an excellent handle for a fully functional walking cane. The 30 percent fiberglass handle is nearly indestructible, and the hammerhead is attached to it with metal bolts. The shaft includes a rubber toe on the end for improved traction.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.30 out of 5
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Looks Badass Reviewed by CLJ on Mar 08, 2015   5 out of 5

I bought it for a walking stick. I have not had to use it yet for self-defense, but I am certain that one good whack from this thing will do the job. Negatives: the handle feels to small and light, creating a balance issue. But, for a walking stick it is ok. Also, unlike the small tactical warhammer, the spike in this one is not sharp. I have both, the hand-held, smaller hammer had a lethal spike on it. This one -the larger one - is not nearly as ominous. I would not go into battle with it, but I will walk around the neighborhood with it. As always, shipping was very fast.

Great!!!! Reviewed by justin on Nov 10, 2014   5 out of 5

Perfect just what I wanted

soi microsoft sam says Reviewed by bill hopkins on Oct 11, 2014   5 out of 5

wow all i could say was wow wow wow wow ***** also check out the timber rattler scarab back knife its huge

HEAD TO HEAVY FOR THE BASE Reviewed by Robert Greenstein on Oct 01, 2014   3 out of 5

Thought this would make a viable cane for walking at night where a little "help" might be in order. Hard to make anyone beleive it is just a cane; too long for my 5'8" body and the top is much too heavy to be supported by the shaft which is attached. If one does not hit perfectly, the shaft will snap

Cane Reviewed by Edward on Jun 16, 2014   5 out of 5

Great substantial walking cane. Very well made, feels good in hand.

Great hammer Reviewed by John Sanders on Jun 01, 2014   5 out of 5

Ive seen a few reviews saying this hammer isnt good because the handle breaks under the tang but i bought one and it is awsome ive hit and broke concrete, cinder blocks, bricks, and a few house hold appliances, and even broke down a couple of smaller sized tree. It works good as a walking cane and it is very strong ive over striked it a few times and its fine. If you are thinking of buying it do it.

broke the 2nd time i used it Reviewed by Nate on Mar 02, 2014   1 out of 5

"indestructible" is a poor way to describe this cheaply made plastic toy. the second time i ever took it out it broke on a tree that was barely even as thick as the handle. save your money and buy a sledgehammer from your local home improvement store.

junk Reviewed by Tactical on Jan 15, 2014   1 out of 5

I used it on dead wood & broke it! not worthy at all, the handle is junk snaped at the 3rd bolt like everyone else. watch on me on youtube breakin this. Tactical show

Almost scary Reviewed by Drak on Dec 29, 2013   5 out of 5

Just received this warhammer, once again...shipping was faster than predicted. Took it to the state park for a winter hike...works great as a walking stick. Great conversation starter...the only problem is that people want to 'hold' it. My only complaint would be that the handle feels a bit slim. Not a problem, I also bought 300 feet of paracord same order. Spent about 30 minutes putting a nice decorative wrap on the handle and now it's awesome. Some people look a little concerned when they see me walking down the street with it because, hey, it is a weapon. But it's just the right height for a walking stick so they can't really complain.

Not strong enough Reviewed by Jason on Nov 14, 2013   1 out of 5

It's a good concept. The hammer head itself is a monster. However the handle WILL NOT stand up to the abuse that the actual hammer can put out. Broke the handle 3rd screw down, slicing my thumb open. The company does NOT have replacement handles and will send you a smaller "hatchet type" handle totally defeating the purpose of having a WALKING HAMMER. Don't do it.

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