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Knob Sword Cane

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You too can own this knob sword cane made by Windlass Steelcrafts for the Blockbuster film Batman Begins. Carried by Henri Ducard (Ra's Al Ghul), it was not altered from our original at all. An update of the "swordstick" as the English were so fond of calling it, the elegant style that reflects your finer tastes. Materials specifically selected to offer a unique, balanced walking (and if the time comes, self-defense) experience. Spring, button-lock mechanism secures the blade safely and ensures quick retrieval should the need arise – better than friction locks that wear quickly, and twist locks that waste valuable time. This is a dependable, real sword cane that will last. Exceptional quality and value in a walking companion.

This cane features something something rarely seen in a sword cane; a full-length rapier blade. Grip and pommel head are solid aluminum and balance the blade nicely. Shaft is seamless aluminum, much more durable than wood or plastic which is used on most other canes. Non-slip rubber tip, fully tempered, high carbon steel blade. The Knob Cane is your great chance to own a fantastic, real sword-cane and accurate movie prop. Cannot ship to AR, CA, MA, NY or Canada. Cannot use Paypal as payment. Not meant to be used for medical purposes.
  • Overall: 36"
  • Blade: 29" long, 5/8" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 1-1/2 lbs

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You don't see full size blades on sword canes that often good steel needs sharpened but think I can do it great product
Reviewed by Dan  K
8/31/2015 12:16:28 AM
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A smart-looking cane, and the "sword" is spring-tempered. But it is totally dull, not even a dull edge, there is no edge. Trying to defend yourself with this would be suicidal, unless your assailant runs away!
Reviewed by Stephen  D
12/5/2014 2:57:26 PM
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A very good product but now the release is sticking.
Reviewed by Ray  M
5/2/2010 12:00:00 AM