Hand Forged Masahiro Samurai Sword Anodized Copper Finish With Scabbard
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  • Hand-forged 1060 carbon steel blade
  • Anodized copper blade finish
  • Cast metal alloy embellishments
  • Genuine ray skin handle
  • Heavy cord wrappings
  • Hand-lacquered scabbard
  • 41" overall length

This top-quality Masahiro Samurai Sword measures in at a whopping 41 inches from end to end, featuring a 28" hand-forged 1060 carbon steel blade with a sharp edge and a unique, anodized copper finish. A heavy blood groove adds authenticity to this stunning blade with 10-fold layers. It has the look and feel of a rich copper-tone Damascus blade. The handle features genuine ray skin and a decorative cord wrap and cast metal alloy embellishments including a custom-designed habaki, tsuba, menuki and pommel. A hand-lacquered scabbard houses the blade.

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Pretty till you look closer Reviewed by Bill on Feb 16, 2015   3 out of 5

Since I am the first reviwer. AND I am NO sword expert nor claimn to be. I had high hope this sword would be the red gem in my collectio. However, I have to leave it in the scarrab because of several nic's on the edge and scraps on the sides of the blade. The scarrab and the wrapping are AWESOME but the most important part (the blade) is the worst part. Maybe this is the only one that is like this, but i got it. Now, I have bought many items from Budk and have been happy with most of those items, and probably will continue to buy from Budk, but when it comes to show pieces i will spend the extra $50-100 on a web site that sell's real show pieces. The old saying You get what you paid for comes to mind. The sword seems like it might do work more than show. the copper color comes right off with simple cuts (card board). OH well, I will keep looking.

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