Cold Steel - Battle Ready Sword Cane - Heavy Duty
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  • Black aluminum shaft, heat-treated
  • 24 1/4" stainless steel blade
  • Heavy-duty nylon handle
  • Measures 37 1/2" overall in length

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This very appealing cane features 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 made from stainless steel and is sturdy enough for cutting and thrusting. 24 1/4" blade, 37 1/2" overall.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.73 out of 5
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Reviewed by on Jan 24, 2019   5 out of 5

If you want a sturdy cane with a little extra weight (the blade) this is great. I had to cut the sheath down because I'm short but other than being a little rattled it is great. I have two of them and carry my spare in the car.

Super weapon. Functionality requires only one modification. Reviewed by Michael Hill on Dec 14, 2018   5 out of 5

I initially purchased a Kit Rae Axios forged sword cane. I choose it over the Cold Steel Heavy Dury because of the heavy handle and locking scabbard for situations where striking with the handle would be needed. But after just 2 weeks of use... It started falling apart. However, Budk with it's superb customer service .exchanged it without question for this one at no cost to me. I was looking at the Knight Watchman heavy duty but had read that SK5 carbine (which is around 1080 carbine steel) is not desired for sword material due to it being less flexable than lower carbine steel making it more brittle but is excellent for knife building and able to maintain a super edge. So this brought me back to the Cold Steel Heavy Duty with it's 1055 carbine blade. (1060 cabine is the optimal for swords.) As stated in other reviews the tip is made of plastic and is slick on some surfaces. The reason I think is that this cane is designed as a weapon first in mind. A soft rubber tip would not be as durable as the plastic one for striking. The tip is also glued in place for durability plus the scabbard has a drain tube that goes through the tip so if the tip wasn't glued in place and rigid...the tube would dislodge from the hole in the tip. But I sacrificed durability for functionality and cut off the tip (which took some effort with a sharp box cutter and a small flat tip screwdriver) and replaced it with a 7/8" rubber tip and now it is perfect. The blade is wicked sharp straight out of the box. The "O" rings are in great shape and allows for easy withdrawal of the blade from the scabbard. If the scabbard is as tuff as a demo video I saw of the Knight Watchman Heavy Duty where the guy was wacking the crap out of stuff with the scabbard without warpage, this will be an awesome weapon. Just don't trust weilding it for a handle strike because the blade will come out of the scabbard. Very pleased with it and would recommend it without hesitation.

Slice slice, stab stab Reviewed by Adrian Crenshaw on Feb 06, 2018   5 out of 5

Pretty much what others say. Mine came with fine o rings, others say theirs came in bad shape, but mine were fine. More stabby than slicey, but it slices cardboard box well. You may want to check state laws before carrying it around. Feel much better put together than a wall hanger.

Great Cane Reviewed by on Aug 06, 2017   5 out of 5

I bought one of these canes, years ago I maintain it about once a month and haven't had a problem yet with it. I keep it next to my bed, when I am not using it. Only issue is the rubber toe. It's very rigid and is prone to slip. Other than that it's perfect, would buy again if I ever need one.

Reviewed by on Jul 17, 2017   5 out of 5

Excellent blade. Also wonderful cane for a disabled veteran. I hope I will never need it but glad I have it and have other cold steel blades that are awesome too. James Grcevich.

Long time owner Reviewed by on Jun 03, 2017   5 out of 5

Love this one. Combat ready. The grip survived a Staffordshire terrier that loved plastic.

Almost perfect Reviewed by Jeffery burns on Nov 12, 2016   5 out of 5

Once the rubber O-rings that hold the sword in the shaft wear out it's basically broken. I've been every hardware store in town. Now I'm trying to file it to fit the O-rings that I could find that were close to the right size. Other than that it's a work of art

once again Reviewed by on Nov 10, 2016   5 out of 5

Once again budk and cold steel delivers another great item. It was shipped to my home in 4 days. This sword came sharp and it's very sturdy happy marine corp bday to me.

Nice cane Reviewed by on Oct 29, 2016   5 out of 5

Nice cane and looks very durable but the guy in the video needs to hit the gym.

Darn near perfect Reviewed by on Oct 25, 2016   5 out of 5

I had read all of the past reviews and was prepared for what to expect; the rattle of the sword in the sheath, dried / broken o-rings, hard to pull the sword out and slippery cane tip.. What I received instead was darn near perfect. The o-rings are in great condition with a slight lubrication making it easy to remove and insert. (Give the handle a slight twist when removing and reinserting will make it very easy.) There is no rattle in the cane at all and I discovered why. I had to cut off about two inches from the bottom to get the best length for me. They have installed a short plastic sheath in the bottom to keep the sword tip from rattling around. The hard rubber tip seems to be okay, but I replaced it when I shortened the tube length. The tip is glued on, I think, and had to be replaced anyway. The sword itself is very sharp (can easily cut you) without being too sharp (the edge isn't easily chipped). The tube sheath is fairly thick walled and heavy enough to be used as a club. Like I said - darn near perfect.

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