Black Tiger Samurai Ninja Katana Sword
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  • 27 1/2" stainless steel blade
  • Matching cord wrapped scabbard
  • Authentic Japanese katana styling
  • 36" overall length

This Black Tiger Katana is the sword you need to complete your collection. It features an octagon guard with authentic Japanese details and an ABS handle accented with brass plated pin covers. The 27 1/2” stainless steel blade offers a piercing tanto point.

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not as advertised Reviewed by john on Apr 19, 2015   1 out of 5

bought one of these. its not full tang. tang is 2.5 inches long, blade is glued into a wooden handle. rivets are all fake. spent 2 hours modifying it to have a real full tang. which shortened the sword by 5.5 inches. false advertising.

Looks Great! Reviewed by Aaron Hays on Jan 18, 2015   5 out of 5

As a new collector I think this blade is not that bad. The price is $29.99 so don't expect some intense katana that you can cut anything with. It works great for wall hanging and I have used it few times to cut fruits and it works great. Definitely worth the buy!

nice blade Reviewed by Don Brown on Aug 23, 2014   4 out of 5

for the price you can't beat this sword, it's full tang and sturdy with a great flexable does need to be sharpened when you get it but that's ok because I prefere to sharpen my own blades only complaint is the guard is a bit loose, but with a hammer and my anvil I was able to tighten it right up!

Average Sword Reviewed by Matthew on Aug 01, 2014   3 out of 5

My complaints are about the handle, other than that, this sword is pretty pretty decent concerning the blade and scabbard. The pins weren't flush with the sides of the handle and the guard was very loose. My plan all around was to break off the handle and build my own if it was in question on its integrity, so it looks like I'll definitely be making a new handle. As for the blade, I'm pretty impressed. It seems to be made of pretty nice steel. For 30 bucks though, this makes the perfect sword for one who likes to customize their weapons.

perfect Reviewed by mel bankhead on Jul 23, 2014   4 out of 5

This sword is one of my favorites in my collection, right out of the box it felt sturdy and strong and definetly sharp, I liked it a lot, it will cut through almost anything if given a proper edge.

Very poorly made Reviewed by Marshy on Nov 08, 2013   1 out of 5

Only used it once and broke the d**n handle off. When it got here the supposed brass pins were just fittings and half of them were rattling around in the box. I plan on turning it into a sturdier wakizashi. So no loss there. The blade is good but the assembly is lacking.

Beautifly Crafted masterpiece Reviewed by John on Jun 30, 2013   4 out of 5

I love the sword its beautifully crafted well balanced and is an excellent showpiece for any collection

It's good Reviewed by chaz on Apr 24, 2013   4 out of 5

This sword is a sound blade over all. The rivets stuck out a little but I wrapped the handle anyways. Since i can't see the metal run down the handle I assume it's not full tang. On the first day right out of the box i cut the bigger box it came in smoothly into two pieces. I practice bushido and this sword does fine for me to practice form and style with a live blade but wouldn't bring it to a real sword fight. It is definatly a weapon to be handled with respect.

full tang Reviewed by Rene on Mar 15, 2013   4 out of 5

It's a Nice blade. Steel through out the entire sword..

Its not too bad! Reviewed by Allen on Mar 13, 2013   3 out of 5

This is a basic, reasonable quality sword, especially considering the dirt-cheap price. I would not suggest using it for Tameshigiri, but as a spare blade to keep in the trunk of the car, it should handle the occasional Zombie, methodist, or kirby vacuum cleaner salesman. Miyamoto Musahshi wrote that you should never get too attached to any weapon, but should learn to use any weapon at hand with skill.If I lost this sword in battle, but survived, I would not weep bitter tears. I would just ask BUDK to send me a new one. I wish they would just leave the bogus hamon off the blade and acknowledge it for what it really is though.

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