Sword Cane - Nightfall Peacekeeper w/ Button Release & Black Ball Head
$19.99
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  • Stealthy self-defense with style
  • 22 1/4" 440 stainless steel blade
  • Executive style black wooden ball handle
  • Black ribbed extended grip
  • Press the button release to access blade
  • Rubber toe on shaft
  • 36" overall

Stealthy and cloaked in black, our Nightfall Peacekeeper Sword Cane is anything but ordinary. Press the button release and pull open to reveal the 440 stainless steel blade hidden inside!
Features include an executive style wooden ball handle and ribbed extended grip, both finished in black, sitting atop the smooth scabbard portion of the shaft. A rubber tip had been added to increase traction against the ground when walking.
Measurements: 22 1/4 in. blade, 36 in. overall.

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Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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its a good cane Reviewed by chris henderson on Sep 02, 2016   4 out of 5

good cane but the blade inide came dull,the most dull ive ever seen its going to take forever to sharpen



This cane has potential! Reviewed by on Aug 30, 2016   3 out of 5

I got this cane and I must say that I'm not disappointed nor impressed in what I received. With a little work this could be a nice low cost cane. As others have said the knob was coming off, which is a good thing, I found rust inside the handle and also in the shaft. The blade is nicely made, shaped like a katana blade but smaller scale. The cutting edge of the blade just doesn't exist on mine. I have seen sheet metal from metal shops that's as sharp. So if you don't have a sharpener with the tungsten carbide plates you'll want to get one. The shaft of the cane reminds me of a metal table leg the way it is tapered, and the blade rattles badly when inside. I plan on keeping this and giving it the upgrades it needs to be the nice thing it has the potential to be.



Fix and repair Reviewed by Clay Luker on Nov 29, 2015   5 out of 5

As again the wood head will fall off or rub the paint away , the rubber end will break off or out, but with a lot of love and care you can build this into a lovely tool, just don't use it as a golf club, darn little brothers



Reviewed by TheHappyProspector on Aug 31, 2015   4 out of 5

I ordered this to make myself feel safe on my daily commute as it is through a bad part of town and muggings are a thing to be worried about. I picked this one because most of the sword canes on here seem more to be dagger canes with very short blades. This one is a good length and will be reasonably sharp with a bit of work (I wouldn't expect Excalibur) but all in all I'm very happy with the blade. The cane itself is alight. I'm ordering a replacement rubber stopper because this one has shredded after a single day walking and the black ball needs to be glued on, but it is an inconspicuos and good sword cane for a great price too!



Reviewed by TWRHODES on Aug 23, 2015   5 out of 5

Received my a few weeks ago, the ball end was of but some locktite glue fixed it.The Blade and overall construction is well done and balanced, very impressed.



Reviewed by Js on May 15, 2015   4 out of 5

Had one for a short time, then gave it to my father. The old neighbourhood is not what it used to be, and many seniors in the area have taken to carrying broom handles and even ski poles when they go out. Giving dad this just looked better. Due to the size of the blade, it is heavy. It's strong, and sturdy enough to use as a day to day service cane, the only problem being the ball on top came off, so dad popped it back on and put a screw into it to keep it from coming off again. He has had to use it for defense... when deer came through the fence and he needed to scare them away from mom's chihuahua :) If you do, by some crazy action movie scenario, ever have to fight with this thing, the sword comes dull, but will take an edge if you know how. But even un-sharpened it's an excellent whacker, and the body is a great club too. So, yeah, if some magic genie grants your wish and you need to defend yourself and some lovely companion, you can double up, with the sword in one hand and the body in the other.



Reviewed by Paul L. on May 09, 2015   3 out of 5

I like the look and feel of it, but my blade came ground flat.



Reviewed by Kyle Avery on May 07, 2015   4 out of 5

love the look, love the feel. When it showed up, I had to re-glue the ball end back into the handle. Besides that, overall great product!



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