COLD STEEL 88SCFE QUICK DRAW SWORD CANE W/GRIVORY GRIP & ALUMINUM SHAFT. 18" BLADE - 37.625" OVERALL LENGTH. CUTLERY SHOPPE

Cold Steel 88SCFE Quick Draw Sword Cane w/Grivory Grip & Aluminum Shaft - 18.0" 420J2 Blade - 37.625" Overall Length

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88SCFE
UPC:
705442015857

Cold Steel 88SCFE Quick Draw Sword Cane - Grivory Grip & Aluminum Shaft

The ability to protect yourself is one of the main virtues of Sword Canes. Cold Steel's Quick Draw features a black aluminum shaft that is lightweight and durable, with a rubber ferrule tip to aid traction when walking on slippery or uneven surfaces. These dapper and discreet self-defense tools are non-threatening and just plain stylish. Hiding in plain sight until needed – then they spring into action in a heartbeat! A short, swift pull on the Grivory pistol grip handle will disengage the friction seal and quickly deploy a tapered 8 mm thick and 18" long needle-tipped spike! This “Quick draw” style steel piercing implement is designed for rapid deployment, and when coupled with an ergonomic and intuitive pistol grip, even smaller or infirm wielders can bring this sharp little threat- deterrent into play in a flash! The Quick Draw Sword Cane is so inexpensive, so good looking, and so easy to use - there’s simply no excuse not to add one to your household today!

It is your responsibility to determine if sword canes are legal to purchase where you live. Absolutely no shipments outside of the United States.

    Quick Draw Sword Cane Specs:
  • Blade Steel: 420J2
  • Blade Length: 18.0" (457 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 8 mm (0.314")
  • Length Overall: 37.625" (956 mm)
  • Handle Material: Grivory
  • Shaft Material: Black Anodized Aluminum
  • Weight, Sword Only: 8.9 oz. (252 g)
  • Weight, Scabbard Only: 8.4 oz. (113 g)
  • Weight, Combined: 17.3 oz. (490 g)
  • Made In: Taiwan

A Word About Cold Steel's Sword Canes

I've been collecting antique, as well as contemporary, sword canes and walking sticks for the past 35+ years. And lucky for me, they all look the same to my wife, so it's been easy to add one here and there. My budding collection is highlighted by one peculiar English sword cane from the mid-1800's with the most unusual feature of a special repository for poison in the blade. I guess the gentleman who commissioned it long ago felt that if his adversary got away, the poison would finish the job later. Having the appreciation I do for quality sword canes from around the world, I must say that I am more than pleased with these offerings from Cold Steel. Now do not let the great prices fool you into thinking that these are not first class sword canes -- as they easily equal (or even surpass) sword canes that I've spent several times as much for. Jeff Loffer