Combat Commander Thai Nagi Sword
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  • This is a sword you can really carry into battle
  • 20" 1065 carbon steel blade with hard coating
  • Textured, strong nylon fiber handle
  • Nylon sheath with shoulder harness
  • Overall length: 40 1/2"

You will be absolutely combat ready with the Combat Commander Thai Nagi Sword in your hands. The 20" sharp blade is of 1065 carbon steel and has a black hard coating finish. The handle is of nylon fiber and is as tough as they get! A nylon sheath with a shoulder harness lets you carry it with ease. Combat Commander gives you the highest quality and sharpest blade around. Add this incredible sword to your collection - you'll thank us later!

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.67 out of 5
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2 thumbs up! Reviewed by on Dec 22, 2017   5 out of 5

Absolutely pleased & amazed! This is easily a 100-150$ weapon. Tough as nails, freakishly sharp, very durable haft with laynard hole. BudK: you have a winner big time!

Interesting Reviewed by steve waters on Jul 02, 2017   4 out of 5

I have mine for about a year. It is very sharp out of the box as I learned the hard way. It is an interesting weapon / tool. The scabbard is functional for the unique design. The handle is very good. The drawback is that the blade is very thin and mine was noticeably off center. This is more a hedge cutter then a weapon.

Thai Nagi Reviewed by Douglas Erickson on Jun 13, 2016   5 out of 5

Feels Reasonably competent, My blade was very sharp! Only my pocket knives are sharper. BE CAREFUL!!! The point is excellent. The handle is Very good, maby needs a little cross hatching, you don't want this slipping out of your hands, it WILL hurt someone. I set mine on floor, handle DOWN, for several reasons. Do things CAREFULLY with this!

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