Stealth Protector Black Wood Handle Sword Cane
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  • 22-3/4" stainless steel blade
  • Attractive wooden handle
  • Push-button blade release
  • Sleek metal shaft
  • 37" overall length

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Hit the road with our new Stealth Protector wood handle sword cane. This stylish sword cane features a 22-3/4" stainless steel blade with a wooden handle and metal shaft. The smooth wooden handle is painted black to match the shaft and rubber toe. Access the blade with a push of the built-in blade release button. The Stealth Protector provides a sturdy, hefty and functional sword cane with a sleek, stylish appearance.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.75 out of 5
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Okay cane but... Reviewed by Ilano Esqueda on Apr 23, 2016   5 out of 5

okay cane but came disassembled had to put it together.

Good cane. Bad glue Reviewed by Will on Mar 15, 2016   4 out of 5

I liked the first one so much I bought another. Right away the head came apart. Easily re-glued, but it shows the way the cane was made, with the head well sculpted out of a 2 X 1 X 6 inch block of wood, deeply drilled to accept the half inch dowel that attaches it to the 6 inch heavy steel grooved ferule. The wood handle, without the dowel, weighs 51 grams ( rather light, but not balsa wood light) I agree with Justin that if you give it an extra coat of paint or clear coat, it will make the handle much more dent and chip resistant. The grooved ferrule, which is what you will use as a handle when using the sword, is nearly empty, slightly rusting inside, and you can hide things inside. I put a million dollars (Zimbabwe money) inside mine before I glued it back together. Someone in the future may find it and be thrilled or amused. Because the ferrule is empty, it show there is no tang to speak of, The back of the blade is encased in less than an inch of wood or plastic (I think wood) and glued into the ferrule. That is not good, as I know from experience that Chinese glue is not very good. I will be ready to re-glue it with gorilla or epoxy if it falls apart, and I will set it an inch or two deeper into the ferrule to make it stronger, even at the loss of length. BTW don't bother with my previous recommendation that you blacken the silver locking studs, it runs out they are ball shaped, rotate, and the black wears off very quickly. I fixed the rattle almost entirely with a ball of cotton jammed way down into the barrel. One last suggestion. The sword is sharper than I originally thought, but I think I dulled my first blade on the hard steel barrel. That is why sword scabbards are always wood lined or at least have soft brass tops. Be gentle about drawing and returning the blade (unless it is an emergency). One other thing. I used a file for a couple minutes on the edges of the the inside of the barrel top and the outside male end of the sword base so it slides in more easily. Drawing it is always easy, The design does not even require a twist to remove, as I originally thought, a straight pull is all that you need. Very fast! And still secure.

Stealth Protector Black Wood Handle Sword Cane Reviewed by Justin Wilson on Mar 02, 2016   5 out of 5

Holy Cow, this thing is awesome. I am a daily cane user. I can truthfully that this is a better cane than any I own. Then you get a thick, long katana blade inside as well. The only complaint I have is the handle topper is made of soft wood (possibly balsa) so when it fell over and hit the driveway it tore chunks out of the handle. A simple acrylic coating over the wood could have protected it.

Respectable sword cane, extraordinary value Reviewed by Will on Feb 14, 2016   5 out of 5

I have wondered for a long time why this cane never had a review, and yet always seemed to run out of stock. I think dealers snap these up and resell them for high prices. It seems to be a strong cane with a solid steel tube sheath. The stainless steel blade, which, including the handle, is a respectable 32 inches long, is a very good weapon. The release mechanism is superior to many, if not all sword canes I have seen, requiring just a tiny twist and pull it out. a little magic marker can make to two bright steel locking studs a little more subtle. It seems to have a good sturdy real rubber tip, and black painted, carved wooden handle. My only reservations are that it seems to have an occasional rattle, in spite of a cylinder of cardboard inserted help this, and it has a greater than usual length and weight. And it could have come sharper. It has an edge, but sharpened at an angle more like an axe than a knife. However, The point is nice and sharp. Since sword canes are typically used as thrusting weapons, I will not take the hours necessary to give it a proper slicing edge, even though it would be nicer. Overall, I am very happy. .

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