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Cold Steel 88SCFD Heavy Duty Sword Cane 37-1/2" Overall

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Part Number: CS88SCFD
Manufacturer: Cold Steel Knives
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CS88SCFD: 88SCFD Heavy Duty Sword Cane
Cold Steel
We have been intrigued with the potential of sword canes ever since Major Morris Wright used one 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!

Heavy Duty Sword Cane - Aluminum Shaft
Our design concept for the Heavy Sword Cane was to make a cane that offered significant support, and be stylish enough so that it didn't look like a stodgy piece of medical equipment. The result is a very appealing cane with an extra strong partial crook handle made from Grivory, with a black, aluminum shaft that's 2mm thick and heat-treated for strength. The shaft is handsomely tapered and capped with a thick rubber ferrule for better traction on slick, icy sidewalks or uneven terrain. The concealed sword is easily released by a hard, quick tug on the handle to break the suction of its friction lock. It's an extremely formidable sword too, made from stainless steel, a little over 24" in length and 5.5mm thick. It's sturdy enough for both cutting and thrusting, with one long cutting edge, a strong sharp point, and a fully sharpened back edge. It's more than enough to take down any attacker, and the heavy aluminum shaft of your cane makes a fine weak hand parrying weapon and a frightfully effective bludgeon in its own right.
  • Item Number: 88SCFD
  • Name: Heavy Duty Sword Cane
  • Blade Length: 24-1/4"
  • Overall Length: 37-1/2"
  • Steel: Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 30 oz w/ Sword 16 oz Sword Only
  • Scabbard: Grivory w/ Aluminum Shaft
  • Made in Taiwan

UPC Code: 705442007098

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Bruce H
East coast
Jan 07, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Material, Materials
Cons: Handle Material, Sheath/Scabbard, None
Way more sword a lot less cane
I was looking for a daily self defense item, it's quite heavy which I don't mind terribly but the "cane" portion is really just a thin walled steel tube. No style or craftsmanship really, the handle is also very bulky. The blade is definitely the best part about the item strong and balanced. But overall I'm kind of disappointed in the bulky nature of the whole thing.
5 out of 5
Madisonville, Kentucky
Jan 06, 2017
Pros: Finish, Usable, Overall Quality, Blade Material, Materials
Cons: None
I'm 59. I use a cane for stability. This one's just the right hight for my 6'3" frame. It is a little heavier than I was used to but swings nicely and looks almost elligant in its simplicity of form. This is a long, full tang, heavy, razor sharp and useful accessory. Only problem was the cane tip which was of a hard rubber. It allowed the cane to slip on smooth surfaces. I purchased a package of two very good tips for under $2 at the local pharmacy. Product is as advertised and I couldn't be more pleased with it.
5 out of 5
Dec 12, 2016
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Material, Materials, Usable
Cons: None
Cold Steel Sword Cane - Top Quality Blade
Being from Cold Steel this, like all their products, is top quality and good value. Take a look at the Youtube videos of this sword blade being tested. It is very sharp and very sturdy. The sword cane arrived a few inches to long for me (I am 5' 7") and it was an easy fix. You can pry off the rubber end cap and trim the sheath shorter. However, measure carefully as to not trim the sheath shorter than the blade! A hack saw did the job in about 5 minutes and I dressed up The end with a file. Pry the rubber end cape off carefully with a screwdriver. It can be glued onto the new shortened sheath. I used epoxy. A US Quarter (coin) was put in the rubber cap first so the cane end would never cut its way through the rubber end cap. The cane has a lanyard loop hole in the handle. I added a short section of black 550 cord. The cane does not have a cross guard. If one struck a solid object ones hand could slip forward onto the sharp edge. The nylon loop I added prevents this as long as you put you fingers/hand through it when gripping the handle. . Note: Make sure a sword cane is legal to use in your state!
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