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M48 Tactical Sword Cane
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$119.99
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  • 2Cr13 cast stainless steel handle
  • 17" SK5 carbon steel black-coated blade
  • Nylon fiber grip and shaft
  • 37" in overall length

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Powerful and capable, the new M48 Tactical Sword Cane is sheer, sleek perfection in a discreet self-defense weapon. Starting at the top, you have a 2Cr13 cast stainless steel handle with a black oxide finish and a nylon fiber grip. Then, the shaft is of sturdy nylon fiber, too. Housed within the shaft as your second line of defense is a razor sharp 17" SK5 carbon steel black-coated blade. The cane also has a slip-free toe and is 37" in overall length.


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A little disappointed.. Reviewed by Ricardo Martinez on Sep 02, 2016   3 out of 5

I couldn't wait to get this cane in. I am a newly disabled veteran and still wanted to get an edge so to say in case anything came up. I naturally was allured to this cane due to what seemingly looked to be like the most tactically sound of all the ones out with the company. When I got it in, I first noticed that the head was really heavy on the cane which was to be expected for the primary use of the hammer and spike on the handle. The problem I saw was that there is no release for the hidden sword on the weapon making it difficult to take full swings with the cane head since the blade will unleash and the sheath will fly off the cane. It makes it so you have to keep your hand high on the cane so it doesn't come apart when using the tactical hammer/ spike. It has handle marks low on the cane and the middle, but they really can't be used if once you swing once even in defense the heavy headed handle will fly off the cane. I do admit the blade was sharp though, and although there is a slight rattle on the blade it seems fairly tightly placed. All in all the practicality of the tactical use of the cane doesn't seem to be there due to considering that most people who would use this are people who are in need of walking cane and probably can't put a lot of weight on one or both legs. Making the weight a little rough too.. All in all maybe another version can be made with something to hold the blade in place and possibly a little lighter...



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