Self-Defense Pocket Spike


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Inspired by WWII clandestine operations and similar SOE weapons, we couldn’t resist this effective, easy to carry defense weapon. Features a steel spike and knurled steel body, it’s super strong and dependable.

The handle gives you two positions for spike placement - standard ice pick or push spike. Includes leather sheath and lanyard with wrench which helps remove and tighten the spike in either position. When not in use the spike hides neatly in the handle for use as a kubaton. 

Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.

  • Handle: 4"
  • Spike: 3"


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Exactly as described. And if anyone knows anything about a real knife encounter, then this spike will manifest the truth regarding the ending of such an encounter, WHEN (and only when) you are justified by the law in doing so.
- Martin, April 09, 2019
Neat find. Neat price. Think I'd rather face a bullet. A heavy little game changer. I bought two. One for each hand. Of course.
- Albert, April 14, 2017 | Verified Purchase
The Pocket Spike was as depicted,  a damn good alternate tool for self pertection. Stout and portable and may seem slow to deploy but that would be depending on the circumstances. Just as a "Sunday Bar" without the spike can be deployed immediately.  Excellent tool for the " Go Bag."
- Nik, August 31, 2016 | Verified Purchase

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