United Cutlery Ikazuchi Forged Ball Tip Sword Cane 1045 Carbon

$144.99

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  • 14" 1045 Carbon steel blade
  • Leather and ray skin wrapped handle
  • Hidden blade release mechanism
  • 38 1/2" overall length

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This United Cutlery Ikazuchi Gentleman's sword cane offers exquisite details of a truely custom sword cane. The 14" 1045 carbon steel blade has been heat-forged by sword masters to yield a razor-sharp, double-edged blade for maximum cutting. The hardwood ball-tip cane handle offers superior support while an exquisite leather-and-ray-skin wrapped blade handle allows the blade to be wielded in comfort and style. A hidden blade-release mechanism ensures a speedy deployment of the blade in times it is needed.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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Gail Gander
Mar 17, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Very satisfactory

Nice for the price, sharpens nicely, nice leather handle wrap, cuts off nicely a couple of inches for height. GOOD !

 

Benwa
Jan 25, 2011
(4 out of 5)
Elegant, functional, and Sharp.

Great product! The release mechanism is easy to use, the blade is very very sharp and flexes nicely. People have asked to look at it and have commented how beautiful it is without even realizing its a weapon. Replaced the cheap rubber tip with a real one, and now I use it everyday as my normal walking cane. The release mechanism is almost center on the cane and could be a possible breaking point if too much pressure is applied.

 

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