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M48 Kommando Survival Hammer Tactical Hiking Staff


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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 while camping. The cast 2Cr13 stainless steel, black oxide-coated head can pummel almost anything with ease. The cane handle features a defensive war hammer head and a curved back spike, which offers great applications as an effective breaching tool and defensive hammer in addition to being a fully functional walking cane. The 30% fiberglass handle is nearly indestructible, and the axe head is attached to it with metal bolts. Includes a rubber toe on the end of the cane.

  • Cast 2Cr13 stainless steel head
  • Powerful curved back spike
  • Fiberglass & reinforced nylon handle
  • Measures 37-3/8? overall

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United M48 Kommando Tactical Survival Hammer Stars4.28 out of 5 based on 29 ratings. 29 user reviews.


Reviewed by Edward from Hawaii on 16-Jun-2014Cane
Rating5 star5
Great substantial walking cane. Very well made, feels good in hand.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by John Sanders from Camden .Ar on 01-Jun-2014Great hammer
Rating5 star5
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.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Nate from Topeka on 02-Mar-2014broke the 2nd time i used it
Rating1 star1
"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.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Tactical from usa on 15-Jan-2014junk
Rating1 star1
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 showWould you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Drak from WV on 29-Dec-2013Almost scary
Rating5 star5
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.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Jason from Peshtigo on 14-Nov-2013Not strong enough
Rating1 star1
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.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Gordon from Aurora, Co on 05-Oct-2013Dissapointed
Rating1 star1
I have a small personal defense store in CO. I offered the M48 line to my customers untill about a week ago. I sold this Hammer to a customer who took it home and used it on a 2x4. about 20 min later he brought the hammer back in 2 pieces. It had snapped right at the third screw down. He had not missed and hit the handle, just the force of empact was too much for the cheap fiber glass handle. I attempted to get the company to take care of it but they refused. I have canceled all my M48 orders. Go COLD STEEL. They use polymer and warranty theyre products.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by ChicagoRonin70 from Chicago on 23-Sep-2013Fantastic item, torture tested and terrific!
Rating5 star5
I?m giving my review in two parts, out of necessity: I have two of these, one for beating the H**l out of and one as my "Sunday Go-to-beatin'" dress walking stick and they exceed expectations for both purposes. I made a few mods to them, which made it perfect. First, I replaced the bolts with stainless steel barrel bolts and mating screws, so I could easily break them down with just a screwdrivers. This way, I can take the head off, slip a trimmed piece of rubber into the flange slot, replace the bolts, and viola! I?ve got a TSA and Federal-building-approved walking stick, while I stow the metal head safely away. The metal is so tough, I needed a carbide bit to drill the holes out to put in the slightly bigger bolts. Seriously, it wrecked normal stainless bits even just trying to widen the hole about 1/16?. I also took off the rubber toe and screwed on a 3/4? chromed steel spike to turn it into a spear on the bottom. I use rubber hiking pole feet to cover the spike, but they strip off with a quick twist and it?s ready for rough terrain. I took the "field" version to the junkyard and absolutely ripped apart an old Cadillac with it. The car had 85% structural integrity when I started and less than 40% after two hours of mayhem. Literally non-frame and drive train element was destroyed, and while the black oxide coating was scraped up, the metal underneath held up fantastically. The corner spikes on the hammer face were chewed up a bit and dented down a little, but that didn?t seem to make a difference it caused. The pick was scraped up, but nothing really affected it structurally. The shaft was marked up, but a sanding block took care of that. That fiberglass-reinforced nylon handle really is nearly indestructible. Next, I took it into mountains in Arizona, where it held up to 12 hours of hiking, mountaineering, and even being used as a climbing pick in rocky terrain. It was a little more beat up, but a wire brush and some machine oil took care of that.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by George NW from Washington on 25-Aug-2013Almost perfect
Rating5 star5
The only thing that I think could be improved is the thickness of the handle...a little thin for my tastes, but a nice paracord wrapping will easily remedy that. Overall this thing is bad**s. Get one, aim it at something you can pretend is a zombie, and get to it!Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by dick from Idaho on 07-Jul-2013Great cane for an old man
Rating5 star5
A great cane and walking stick! Good self defense weapon in disguise. My wife said it was a very masculine cane for a man.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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