THE BEST KIZER CUTLERY POCKET KNIVES OF 2019! Details

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THE BEST KIZER CUTLERY POCKET KNIVES OF 2019! Details

Cold Steel 88SCFA Aluminum Head Sword Cane, 37.625" Overall, Carbon Fiber Shaft

$119.95

MSRP* : $199.99 | You Save* : $80.04 (40%)
Part #: CS88SCFA | Cold Steel Knives
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Description
CS88SCFA: 88SCFA Aluminum Head Sword Cane
Cold Steel

We have been intrigued with the potential of sword canes ever since Major Morris Wright used on to grievously injure Jim Bowie in their famous fight on the Vidalia Sand Bar so many years ago. There are few weapons that can be put into action faster than our sword canes. Just give the handle a firm tug and the blade will literally leap into your hand!

Aluminum Head Sword Cane
This elegant sword cane is similar in appearance to our City Stick and comes with a removable 6160 Aluminum head so that it can be engraved and personalized if you so desire. It features a fiberglass carbon fiber composite shaft that¹s virtually unbreakable and can be used as a weak hand parrying tool or an emergency bludgeon.

The blade has a tapered square cross section with a wickedly sharp point.
Specifications
  • Number: 88SCFA
  • Name: Aluminum Head Sword Cane
  • Blade Length: 25.75"
  • Overall Length: 37.625"
  • Steel: 1055 Carbon w/ Carbon Fiber Shaft
  • Weight: 25.3 oz. in Scabbard
  • Scabbard: Carbon Fiber Shaft
  • Made in Taiwan

UPC Code: 705442009542

Carbon Fiber Handles
Carbon Fiber Handles
Very strong and lightweight material. Provides an upscale and modern feel.
Cold Steel 88SCFA Aluminum Head Sword Cane, 37.625" Overall, Carbon Fiber Shaft4.400 (10 reviews)
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Cold Steel 88SCFA Aluminum Head Sword Cane, 37.625" Overall, Carbon Fiber Shaft
5 out of 5
Washington state
Pros: Materials, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Finish, Overall Quality, Usable
Cons: None
A Great looking, functional cane
Hi, I read the other feedback on this carbon fiber cane with the aluminum handle. Now I am wanting to add my two cents. I purchased the same Cold Steel Cane 5 years ago and I did all the very same things the other person that left feedback did, like I shortened mine to fit my height, added a stainless washer & a new rubber foot. I take it everywhere I go as I am disabled. It is a strong, functional, sharp looking cane. The polished carbon fiber, the polished to a mirror surface ball handle (handle is solid aluminum). The head swivels and I like that. The ball handle & long thin blade stay put. I have never had the handle & blade come out of the carbon fiber tube. You can use the cane head in a forward thrust motion (using to hands on the carbon fiber tube) and it becomes a non-lethal impact defense weapon. I would never hold the carbon tube and swing it like a bat! This is a well made item! I have tried polishing the blade, and it's so hard I don't get any black on my polish rag. There was a mall shooting a few miles from here. The shooters gun did not fire at first. The people sat there for 30 seconds while he figured out how to fix it. Then he started shooting. I will not be a victim. If ONE PERSON would of had this cane, and taken action, those 6 people would still be with us. That incident REALLY pushed me to purchased this cane. Just in case as a last resort! Good luck to you. By.
Cold Steel 88SCFA Aluminum Head Sword Cane, 37.625" Overall, Carbon Fiber Shaft
5 out of 5
Dunnellon, FL
Pros: Materials, Usable, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
Mightily impressed!
This is a sleek stylish slim walking stick that feels good in the hand. I bought it out of curiosity as I purchased the heavy duty sword cane. I felt that I had to have a cutting edge to suit my style. This sleek little poker has changed my mind. With a four-sided square "blade" that tapers to a wicked point, this tool will certainly protect me if I need it. The carbon fiber shaft is beautiful and it joins the sword with a brass-to-steel-looking machined metal fit (no O-rings). Very impressed. Gun oil type of preservative did not smell bad like I've read in some of the reviews - typical oil smell and I'm glad it was there. I may well buy another.
Cold Steel 88SCFA Aluminum Head Sword Cane, 37.625" Overall, Carbon Fiber Shaft
5 out of 5
Mean Street
Pros: Durability, Finish, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: None
Very Nice Cane - Very Nice Tool
I am very happy with my purchase. It is well made and quite sturdy. It makes for a great walking / balance aid and an excellent defensive weapon for striking, slashing and piercing. I did shorten it by about 1" to fit properly as a cane and I replaced the plastic tip which was slippery on tile/smooth surfaces with a black rubber cane tip for a sure grip. I cut the shaft with a fine toothed hack saw blade after wrapping it with masking tape where the cut was made to prevent any splintering (probably wouldn't have been a problem but it doesn't hurt to be careful). I then dressed the cut with a flat single cut mill file to smooth it out and very slightly bevel the end of the shaft. I inserted a metal washer inside the rubber tip to prevent damage to the end of the shaft when the rubber tip wears out, and I applied clear silicon caulking to the inside of the rubber tip to "glue" it on. As I said above, I an quite happy with my cane and even more so now, with its modifications. I do think some kind of a quarter twist spring-loaded (to prevent accidental deployment) latch/locking mechanism would be a good factory modification so that the large end could be used as a striker without sending the "sword" flying.
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