Cold Steel Sword Cane

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HTRN
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Re: Cold Steel Sword Cane

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Now that a cane is a permanent part of my life, I want to get one of those combat canes sold online.
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As you’re a machinist, what about making some out of carbon fiber rod, with a tungsten head, and a tungsten tip?
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I was thinking about a cold steel city stick, actually.
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Aluminum and fiberglass sounds like a way to irritate a man.
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BDK wrote: Tue Oct 06, 2020 2:01 am Aluminum and fiberglass sounds like a way to irritate a man.
Hunh. Could have sworn they were stainless. Doesn't matter - getting popped in the noggin with one isn't going to be a pleasant experience either way.
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If I have to go the cane route, I'll make one out of one of my old carbon fiber hockey sticks. A 110 flex ought to be plenty stiff when it's cut down to cane height for someone short like me.
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Seems appropriate to this thread:

Man, 81, uses antique shillelagh to chase ruse burglars from Niles home

Marine vet. I would have personally had something more bangy to respond with, but it is Illanoy and this falls under the "if it works" category.
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