Sword Cane - Short Grip

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Sword Cane - Short Grip

800.00

Sword Canes!  These are the result of quite a bit of tinkering....the grip and shaft is glossy black painted aluminum with nickel-plated brass hardware and a steel knob/pommel. The sword locks into the shaft of the cane with a spring loaded button.  The button must be pushed down to unsheath or re-sheath the blade, preventing accidental opening.

Each sword cane is mounted with a 30” blunt blade made from a modified Hanwei Practice Rapier blade. The cane handle is secured with a recessed hex nut threaded 6x1mm. The tip of the cane is brass with a rubber foot that can be removed with a small screw.

The shaft of the cane is lined with wood to receive the blade snugly and eliminate rattling.

Closed, the cane measure 37” long. The sword part is 36” long. POB is +2.5

The sword part weighs 1.3 lbs, and the whole cane weighs 1.7lbs

PLEASE NOTE: These sword canes are for performance use only. They should not be used as mobility/support devices if you need help standing or walking. Additionally, I do not make sharp sword canes, which are illegal in a lot of states.

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