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Sword canes.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by ruger357, Jan 2, 2003.

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  1. ruger357

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    Anyone have any experience with them and where to get them?
    Thanks
     
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    Thanks Hkmp5sd.
     
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    If you have a CCW in your area and a medically-recognized need for a cane, your permit issuing agency may give you a variance allowing you to legally use a sword cane where otherwise it would/might be illegal - they'd just put it on your weapons card (mine was photographed).

    Trisha
     
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    You can get cheap knockoffs from Cheaper Than Dirt and magazines of the like. Of course, they're only good for showing off or playing with, as their build quality isn't up to snuff.
     
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    Some folks like the cost to value ratio of Cold Steel sword canes. They are certainly not the best but seem to be a pretty fair value for the dollar.
     
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