Cold Steel also offers a wood version of the City Stick and I think it's called the Walkabout. I have one and it is great.QKShooter said:Maybe a 2 Ounce Fox Labs OC Spray & a City Stick By Cold Steel?
Hummmmmmm....but, then I'm wondering if Nevada Law could look sideways at The City Stick due to the way that it is marketed. ???
You could have a Lathe Turner/Woodworker in your area Lathe Turn you an ordinarly looking Ball knob walking stick in one of the following woods: (there are also other SUPER DENSE heavy exotic & HARD woods...but, here are a few)
Lignum Vitae ~ Bubinga ~ Ebony ~ Ash ~ Purpleheart ~ Tulipwood ~ Bloodwood
Tangle, telescoping batons are not illegal in TN, but you do have to be certified in order to legally carry one. I'm ASP certified. It may be difficult finding an instructor, but they're out there. Mine was a cop.It really bugs me that in TN a telescoping baton is illegal for civilians. It seems especially illogical that I can be trusted to carry a handgun but not a baton.
Sorry but I have to take issue with the mag light comments. Maybe you didnt hear about the three Phily cops (and a string of others) who are now convicted felons for using maglights as defensive/offensive weapons. There is a reason most agencies do not issue the steel lights anymore. Most issue plastic lights or the smaller ones.oregonshooter said:For the truck nothing beats a 6 C-cell maglight. Better hitting than my 26" ASP ever thought of, and it's not a "weapon" by design.