M48 Kommando Survival Hammer Tactical Hiking Staff


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  • Tactical hammer, spike, walking staff in one tool
  • Cast stainless steel head
  • Powerful curved back spike
  • Fiberglass and reinforced nylon handle
  • Overall length: 37 3/8"

The M48 Tactical Survival Hammer from United Cutlery is the perfect companion for hiking and camping. With a 37 3/8" overall length, it's great as a walking staff, and the cast stainless steel, black oxide-coated head can pound practically anything into submission with ease. The curved back spike is an effective breaching tool and a great defensive alternative to the stout hammerhead. The spike and hammer together make an excellent handle for a fully functional walking cane. The 30 percent fiberglass handle is nearly indestructible, and the hammerhead is attached to it with metal bolts. The shaft includes a rubber toe on the end for improved traction.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.34 out of 5
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Jul 02, 2018
(3 out of 5)
Lasted about 1 year.

Best cane I’ve ever owned. I’ve used it to dig, split and break up wood for the fire, even to pry of my muffler. But, the rubber staff (Handle.) only breaks because the Metal Head breaks where the Jackson (?) screws holes are (Where they secure the staff & the Head together. Straight on hits are good. Just make sure it doesn’t side smack something or put to much force behind an angled hit or it will snap. Because of this weakness I fell that it could be a little less expensive. But, the wow factor does it justice.


Jan 20, 2017
(5 out of 5)
It broke

Most forum reveiws on it war about it breaking, even Youtuber Tactical used it and he broke it while recording the head is amazing but the handle is nigh useless


Nov 14, 2016
(5 out of 5)
War Hammer!

This is absolutely worth every penny. First thing I did was smash bricks and various other things! The way the head is attached is awesome. Super secure and after an afternoon of smashing things it never came loose.


Oct 13, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Why a fiber glass handle?

Fiber glass can itch and sting really bad, but other then that this thing looks super awesome.


wiliam winandy
Oct 15, 2015
(5 out of 5)
take it from a modern barbarian

I purchased this hammer last week and it came in today, I must say it is by far better than the video shows. luckily for me I was off work so I spent part of my afternoon smashing cinder blocks , flower pots , and of course a jack o' lantern ( it is the season after all even carved the little fellow a face ) it turned those blocks to gravel , shattered the pots thoroughly , and smashed the pumpkin up really nice. the weight is perfect and the head of the hammer is attached very well , after all that smashing it didn't come loose at all. the grip is comfortable and the butt of the handle is fitted with a rubber cap. rather fitting since it's the perfect height to use for walking( I am 6 ft 2 in and it is at the right level for me to use as a cane if need be ) this hammer is worth every cent spent on it and it is far more durable than any sword. this is perfect for the barbarian in me, I am a big guy with a big beard and now the big weapon to boot. thank you true swords you've made a repeat customer out of me.


Mar 08, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Looks Badass

I bought it for a walking stick. I have not had to use it yet for self-defense, but I am certain that one good whack from this thing will do the job. Negatives: the handle feels to small and light, creating a balance issue. But, for a walking stick it is ok. Also, unlike the small tactical warhammer, the spike in this one is not sharp. I have both, the hand-held, smaller hammer had a lethal spike on it. This one -the larger one - is not nearly as ominous. I would not go into battle with it, but I will walk around the neighborhood with it. As always, shipping was very fast.


Nov 10, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Perfect just what I wanted


bill hopkins
Oct 11, 2014
(5 out of 5)
soi microsoft sam says

wow all i could say was wow wow wow wow ***** also check out the timber rattler scarab back knife its huge


Robert Greenstein
Oct 01, 2014
(3 out of 5)

Thought this would make a viable cane for walking at night where a little "help" might be in order. Hard to make anyone beleive it is just a cane; too long for my 5'8" body and the top is much too heavy to be supported by the shaft which is attached. If one does not hit perfectly, the shaft will snap


Jun 16, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Great substantial walking cane. Very well made, feels good in hand.


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