BKSHIP328
Generation Dragon Katana Sword
$24.99
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Expected Arrival: 12/22/2016

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  • 26" carbon steel blade
  • Faux ivory handle with intricate details
  • Brass plated tsuba and scabbard accents
  • Includes coordinating scabbard
  • 38 1/2" overall length


The Highlanders would definitely be proud of this amazing Sword of the Dragon Katana. It features an intricately detailed faux ivory handle which resembles a hand carved, antique Japanese katana. A 26" carbon steel blade will certainly be intimidating to your guests!


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.33 out of 5
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Love it Reviewed by Dewey Bond on Apr 21, 2015   5 out of 5

Absolutely love it!! A work of art! I am very proud to display it, and show it off!! I see some of the negative comments on some of the swords for less than $30, and they crack me up!! Seems to me they are expecting a lot for swords that inexpensive!!



could be better Reviewed by Ryan on Sep 07, 2014   4 out of 5

I like this sword but it could be alot better the paint on the handle is kind of ridiculous. The blade is a bit to thin and the fact that you can't disassemble the sword is a very big negative. But overall This sword is a good trainer but can't hold up to a sword that's the real deal. However it does fill the void left by the discontinuation of the united cutlery highlander swords for only 1/10th the price. My advice to BK: Make the blade much thicker. get rid of the paint and make it look like distressed ivory (like it should be) get rid of the fake ruby and glue and just use pins (instead of pins and glue) Offer the sword in damasks steel.



an okay piece Reviewed by Dean Shoap on Jul 30, 2014   4 out of 5

I bought this sword to complete my dragon head display and i was pleased with the art work on the handle,the blade was dull but this piece was only intended for display not use.the saya was well fitted for the sword and the gold accent's add an extra detail that is very well noticeable.For the price I paid for it,it is a good piece to add to my collection,however i'd like to see the saya (scabbard)come in different colors,as i would purchase more of them if they came in red,blue,burgandy,etc.I have an 8 tier display and if they came in 8 different colors i would have filled the rack with them.



Love my Sword Reviewed by Randy DiLuzio on Jun 16, 2014   5 out of 5

My Dragon head sword is a true work of art. The blade is polished to perfection. The sword is well balanced and easy to handle. It is one of the best things I ever bought.



blade is to thin Reviewed by Ryan on May 30, 2014   4 out of 5

Pros, good steel, good handle. Cons blade is far to thin to be functional against another blade, but for practice or walk through it would be fine. The red green gold. blue paint and ruby is a little tacky. So is the cheep looking furniture. If they made this same sword in just white with real bronze/ brass furniture as well as double the thickness of the blade. I would gladly pay over 100 dollars for it. That said it's worth every penny. It also comes very dull.



GENERATION DRAGON Reviewed by ROBERT CALDWELL on Oct 09, 2013   5 out of 5

Unlike most of the reviewers, I am a dealer. I am also a collector. It was in excellent shape when it got here, fast service. It was sharp enough to sell that day. Very fine detail. I don't reorder blades that sell, in case there was a price increase but this one is different. If your blade is not sharp enough for you, then sharpen it. there are several web sites with instructions/pictures on how to do it. I hand out 3 pages to every one that buys a sword. This blade is not made to chop cane or sticks. Buy it and display it proudly and listen to your friends grit their teeth.



Dragon katana Reviewed by cam atherton on Jul 02, 2012   3 out of 5

The sword is very durable it must be full tang; but the sword was completely dull other than the tip.



Generation Dragon Katana Reviewed by JC on Mar 10, 2012   5 out of 5

I am very pleased with my sword. It came very sharp out of the box. The feel is great and the price well it would be a good deal at three times the price.



looks nice but unsharpened Reviewed by Nathan Whitmore on Nov 15, 2011   4 out of 5

Ugghhh! How I hate getting something that they have failed to sharpen! It looks and feels nice but I can't give 5 stars simply because of the state it comes in.



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