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IPFS News Link • Entertainment: Outdoor Recreation

They Don't Want You To Carry One, But It's Not Illegal (As Of Now)

•, David West

Thanks to some recent legislative changes, we, the everyday people, can now legally get our hands on this military-grade tool.

With many arguing that civilians should not be allowed to carry such powerful military-grade equipment.

As discussions continue, owning a TactiStaff remains legal, but the future is uncertain. Many recommend seizing this chance to secure one before it's potentially restricted again.

After releasing to the public for the very first time, it's earning high praise from everyday Americans.

This $100 TactiStaff Survival Hiking Stick has received exceptional reviews from hobbyists, backpackers, and professional outdoors enthusiasts alike, with a total of 12,292 reviews and an impressive average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars.

"I never thought I'd see the day," mused Greg Harrison, an avid hiker and outdoorsman. "The TactiStaff is the Swiss Army knife of the modern era. Its capabilities are unlimited."

Given the apprehension of potential regulatory reversals, it's no surprise that Americans are rushing to acquire one before the opportunity closes, fueling an unprecedented buying spree.

With a reputation as an "all-in-one, ultra portable walking stick that also serves as self-defense and as a survival kit"...