Pros: Materials, Usable, Overall Quality, Sheath/Scabbard
Sword Cane for the Outdoors?
I'm disabled and needed a cane to ease my trips hiking in the woods. This cane is Nylon composite and very strong. The shaft is waterproof and hollow allowing space for numerous items like matches, maps, or whatever. The blade is needle sharp (no edge) and offers some last ditch defense against aggressive animals. The finger grips on the handle are uncomfortable and required some sanding to fit my hand properly. I think the handle finger grooves were made for much smaller hands. The foot is wider than most cane tips but not splayed. The Cane is heavy but I like that. The handle/sword assembly is secured in the canes shaft by rubber O-rings rather than any locking mechanism. This seems to work fine and I've had no problem with it. I think this Cane could be developed further for Hikers, Campers, or Preppers and would prove popular to older Outdoorsmen. I'm adding some Paracord to mine.