Shinwa Black Shikomizue Double Edged Ninja Sword Damascus Steel
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  • 30" Damascus steel blade
  • Double edged blade with long fuller groove
  • Glass black lacquered hardwood and scabbard
  • 43 1/2" overall length
  • Powerful full-tang construction

The Shikomizue has been a favorite among sword enthusiasts for some time. As with all Shinwa swords, this sword has been expertly crafted, heat tempered for superb functionality, and built to perform with a razor sharp edge. The Damascus steel offers more than 2,000 layers of supreme cutting power only found in a Shinwa sword

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PEACE OF CRAP! Reviewed by on Sep 14, 2015   1 out of 5

I got this in about 8 days.It had some shmuts in the scabbard & some nicks dents in the handle,but the worst part was the sword would NOT stay in the scabbard & I could see the glue holding the gold thing (I forget what its called) on the blade.I would not recommend it to anyone.

Great Blade Reviewed by on Jul 20, 2015   5 out of 5

Heavy, sleek, and strong. I'd stake my life on it, no question. Nothing beats a Shinwa when it comes to blades!!

Nice! Reviewed by J.H.P. on May 05, 2014   4 out of 5

Nice sword! I must admit, when I bought this I was looking for a sword stick. This is a bit large to be considered a cane of any type, but is awesome in and of itself. Is pretty much a broadsword in Japanese clothing :-).

Tip de-laminated; but... Reviewed by Don on Mar 14, 2013   4 out of 5

Here's the thing; I loved this sword. The blade is strong and flexible, but I got the very tip stuck in my floor (y'know, the way you do...) and the very tip delaminated. for about .25 inch, a little foil-like bit peeled out, like the tip got cold during the last welds or it heated up too much in grinding. Made a little divot at the tip, about half the width of this very wicked slender blade. Now, I thought about grinding it back out. I liked this blade that much, and looks mean squat to me. But the folks here at BudK just jumped to replace it. Makes me feel good about BudK, so I might go with a black Damascus version with a guard and a wrapped handle next. But, I'll tell you what -- this blade is nothing to sneeze at. Since it was going back anyway, I took it to an oak pell, just to see if any other bits would fall off. Nope. Totally solid. The tip was just a fluke. Nice flex on that blade, too. Even if I just end up getting another of these double-edge nodachis, it's a sweet blade.

Amazing. Reviewed by Rayden on Jun 26, 2011   5 out of 5

This is a great sword. Fits into the Saya great, and locks good enough that it won't just slip out. The edge was not that sharp to start with, but that was an easy fix. Wouldn't compare the cutting power of this to my shinken. So don't expect to do heavy cutting with it. The blade is probably an inch and a half wide or so at the base, and very thick in the center. A lot thicker/wider/ and heavier than I thought it would be. Almost comparable to some European swords. A great but for the price. And much easier maintenance than my shinken. A great quality sword that you can 'play around with' without a huge risk of breaking the blade.

Excellent Product Reviewed by Joe on Dec 31, 2010   5 out of 5

Excellent quality, well balanced and sharp, this sword is well worth the price. There was a small rough spot on the edge that was easily polished out and that was the only blemish I could find. I will be recommending this product to anyone interested in a high quality sword.

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