Tactical Walking Stick for Survival and Camping


Regular price $140.00
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The Tactical Walking Stick is the ultimate camping and survival tool. Part trekking pole, part saw, part fishing spear, part knife, part hammer, part fire starter, and all badass. This isn’t some cheap piece of plastic. The parts screw together tightly, and the whole thing has a kind of heft that makes it feel great in the hand.

It works great as a simple walking stick or trekking pole with the tools safely concealed inside. Run into a little trouble on the trail? This thing is heavy and sturdy enough to administer a sound ass-whooping, should the situation call for it.

Take apart the whole thing and you can stash it in the included shoulder bag if you find yourself hiking with your hands full or need to do a little climbing. 

Description:
Color: black, gray
Material: aluminum alloy
Size: length 106cm
Function: file, harpoon,fire stick, bottle opener, etc.

It has high hardness, wear resistance, toughness, heat resistance and corrosion resistance. It has high precision engraving and excellent grip.

Made in China

We are proud to offer free shipping on all orders to the US and Canada. Please allow up to 30 days for delivery.

Customer Reviews

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The tactical walking stick is very rugged and makes carrying basic survival and defensive equipment convenient and easy.

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D.P.
High quality and awesome stability !

I have injured hip and want a strong heavy duty cane or walking stick. I have been in martial arts for 60 years and this stick provides assistance and security without making me feel old like a cane does.

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N.K.

Bought for elderly father to use as cane, has heft and good swing to it. He loves it. He is retired SOF / Military Police.

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W.J.
Very sturdy and versatile walking staff

Have used my walking staff several times on desert hikes in the last few months very study and fits me well. Used tip to dispose of some rattle snakes worked well to length. I am very satisfied with this walking staff.

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R.S.
It’s ok.

There’s really only three short tools to the one I ordered and it cost me $120 Canadian dollars. I got the long one ‘cause I’m 6’3” and that was unnecessary because it’s more comfortable to use with one of the sections removed.