Your RBSD Cannot Save You Now.
Posted On:4/07/2006 10:57am
Style: Spanish Rapier/Epee/Foil
Several years ago, I damaged my right knee, and since then have used a walking stick when it huts.
I was wondering if anybody could give me their evaluation of the Cane Masters training program.
In addition, I was wondering if anybody could give me a good site for sword canes. The quality of most of the merchandise I find is very poor, and I was hoping someone could tell me if they have found anything better. Ideal specs are for a blade more than 20 inches in length, with at least one sharpened side. Most sword canes that they sell nowadays are desined entirely for thrusting, and are often not more than 17 inches.
Heel Hook Hunter
Posted On:4/07/2006 2:10pm
Style: Jiu Jitsu | Knife
The $99.99 one is fairly nice. Its got no hook, so you can use it like a Bo. And mantis has a 20% sale.
Posted On:4/07/2006 4:05pm
Just ordered the dog-head cane for my birthday.
They all have style, but I am worried that the skull head looks too much like a sword cane.
One Ambulance, Eleven Cops...
Posted On:4/07/2006 4:48pm
Style: Kung Fu
Please consider doing a product review once you get it and work with it a bit.
“We are surrounded by warships and don’t have time to talk. Please pray for us.” — One Somali Pirate.
Posted On:4/07/2006 4:50pm
If I had $200 to blow that skull staff sword would be in my arsenal.
I do have a birthday coming up...
Posted On:4/07/2006 4:53pm
The blades look to be of at least average quality in terms of size and shape.
It is a shame that the Swedish Cane Sword is out of stock.
I will review as soon as possible.
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