Self Defense Sword Cane by Hibben - Mirror Polished Blade
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  • Elegant accessory meets defensive weapon
  • 14" 7Cr17 stainless steel blade with mirror polish
  • Wooden shaft with cherry stained finish
  • Push button release to access blade
  • Stainless steel pommel atop handle
  • Faux ivory accent
  • 36 1/2" overall

Designed for the security conscious man about town, our Self Defense Sword Cane by Hibben is the ultimate combination of elegant accessory meets defensive weapon.

Self-defense features include the 7Cr17 stainless steel blade with mirror polish, tanto point, and a skull crushing stainless steel pommel atop the handle.

Ready to draw your sword? A quick press of the push button release while pulling the handle from the shaft is all it takes to reveal the blade hidden within this cane.

Style features include a mirror polished blade, jibbed file work details along the blade and pommel, stainless steel fittings, faux ivory accent, and cherry stained finish.

Measurements: 14 in. blade, 36 1/2 in. overall.

This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: MA, CA, NY

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Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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Reviewed by Philip Evans on May 08, 2015   4 out of 5

A nice blade, if somewhat short. Well put together, but need to put something in the sheath for the rattle.

Reviewed by Brick Royl on Apr 13, 2015   4 out of 5

Solid product with no rattle between the blade and the cane when sheathed, the picture is a little deceiving as the edge starts half way up the blade but it is still a solid blade. The only reason this is getting 4 stars instead of a full five is that the blade shifts in the handle a little but only when it is out of the cane. It feels like a product that had a lot of thought put into it.

Reviewed by Kevin Causey on Mar 25, 2015   4 out of 5

Beautiful cane, very well made. Blade is indeed mirror polished and looks lethal, but couldn't cut butter. Tanto point is reasonably sharp, though, so that's something.... These things can be corrected with lots o' sharpening. Only real complaint is it took WAY too long to get to SC from GA. Over 1 week from the time it went on the truck. All but 1 day bouncing around Columbia before it got to my door. No excuse.

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