By Tom B.
Hibben Gil Hibben Custom Sword Cane

I love this cane. I need a cane to walk and feel a bit safer with it. Only downfall, it comes with no edge to speak of.

By Asher K.
Kill Bill - Bill & Bride's Katana Set

These items are a great show peice. They're not the greatest quality, but they're still very cool. They're only $50, they cost me $240 AUD (about $180 USD) to have them shipped to NSW Australia. And it took about 2 weeks to do so. I love Kill Bill and they are nice replicas, but they're not the greatest quality steel or general material, which is expected for only $50... still they're an excellent show piece. I am very happy with this purchase.

By Mike L.
Cold Steel Knives 88SCFE Quick Draw Sword Cane

This cane sword is of extreme high quality, unlike the ones with the Acme thread screw-off tube. The tube is retained by two (2) 'O' rings, which allow a tight fit until the tube is pulled off. Attached firmly to the stylish knob handle is a 15" hardened steel rod, honed to a fine point. Excellent for self defense. I make knives, have a forge and machine shop. I couldn't make this item in a week. Strongly recommended.

By Steven S.
Masahiro Handforged Highlander Sword

Very nice for the Highlander fan. The blade is sharp and spine is thick. I do recommend it.

By Andrew C.
King Arthur's Excalibur Gold

The picture really don't do it justice. It is very nice and the engraving just added more value to it.

By Claude W.
Knight's Templar Sword

Really love this sword! Looks great, feels solid, and a great price!

By Claude W.
Excalibur Sword

Sturdy, feels pretty solid. Not quite as ornate as hoped, but still a nice sword. The markings on the blade are not etched, but silk screened I'm guessing...

By Bo J.
Bushido Musashi - Dragon Fury Battle Ready Katana

Bushido Musashi dragon sword looked great. However, the blade did not flex as much and was heavy for a samurai.

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