Types of Canes for Personal Defense

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Rob Pincus takes us through a number of hooked walking canes and explains which of their features can be helpful when using a cane for self-defense.

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8 Responses to “Types of Canes for Personal Defense”
    • Richard E

      Go to the website selfdefensecanes.com They make great defense canes/ combat canes as seen on this video. Ask to speak with Daniel Dziadosz he’s a great person to speak with and he helped me out so much with finding the perfect cane for me and what work I wanted on it. You will be very pleased with there service. Thanks

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    • Richard E

      Go to the website selfdefensecanes.com They make great defense canes/ combat canes as seen on this video. Ask to speak with Daniel Dziadosz he’s a great person to speak with. He helped me out so much with finding the perfect cane for me and what work I wanted on it. You will be very pleased with there service. Thanks

      Reply
  1. professorcbt

    I am glad that you have selected this device. After over 44 years of martial arts and combat training and instruction, I have resorted to carrying a cane from time to time due to arthritic conditions that don’t allow me to move like I used to. It has been a great improvised weapon for centuries. Keep spreading the word Rob!

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  2. Paul

    do you have any videos going from cane to gun I use cane 80%of the time for walking trying to figure out what to do with it

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    • Customer Service

      Unfortunately, we currently do not. Ideally, I would recommend seeking out professional training with an instructor who can work with you to develop the most efficient techniques given your physical realities. If this isn’t possible, I would recommend beginning by working from the high compressed ready position and perform all your reps one handed using your cane in your weak hand for support. Eventually, working up to one handed presentation from the holster and one handed shooting while using your cane for support. I would also recommend utilizing Balance of Speed and Precision drills (link below) for your skill development and practice. Please feel free to ask follow up questions and hopefully we will see you on the range with one of our PDN Contributors.

      https://www.personaldefensenetwork.com/article/shooting-balance-of-speed-and-precision/

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