CIA Agent Sword Umbrella, 1940's, 1950s, 1960s
Duriing this tiime period CIA agents needed a way to conceal various types of weapons. There were a lot of Sword Umbrellas made during this time period.

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Sword Umbrella

 

CIA Agent Sword Umbrella, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s

Sword Umbrella is an amazing combination of a sword and umbrella. The blade is sharp, 10" long, constructed of stainless steel and spring tempered to flex. In addition, the blade has a tapered point specifically designed for deep penetration.

The Sword Umbrella features fast draw: double-locked to unsheathed takes only 2 seconds with umbrella open or closed. It's very easy to use-the umbrella mechanism is totally separate from the blade locks. No accidental openings. Sword Umbrella comes with nylon storage sleeve. Instructions included.
Cannot be shipped to CA, MA, NY or Canada. The Sword Umbrellas are not toys! It is the responsibility of the purchaser to check with and comply with any and all state, local and federal laws.