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You will be absolutely combat ready with the Combat Commander Saber Sword in your hands. The saber has been a tried and tested battle weapon for more than 1,000 years. The full-tang, 30" sharp blade is of 1065 carbon steel and has a black hard coating finish. The handle is fiber filled ABS with a soft textured TPR covering and is as tough as they get! A nylon sheath with a protective PVC liner lets you house it with ease. It is 36" in overall length.
The design is stealthy and a cavalry style saber. This is not nearly as heavy as traditional cavalry sabers, and is light but formidable. It has characteristics of a katana/ninja tool, and I'm happy to recieve it in great shape. The chiseled point is an awesome idea. I think it is good value, and would recommend it without a doubt. Not mean't to wave around as a foot soldier sword because sabers like this would be used by mounted cavalry. The reach would ensure your safety while defending yourself from being eaten by cannibals or zombie infected walking dead. Recommended!
The sword arrived, I looked at it and it's plenty thick enough to be used as a saber. It's reasonably sharp, and while I'm uncertain, I think that the finger guard (p-guard) may have steel at its core, which would be a nice touch if true. Thing is, mine came bent. Not the sweeping curve of the blade, but laterally bent as if it didn't survive the hardening. It's too bad; I'm sending it back for replacement as it looks like it'd be a great 'beater' saber/cutter if it were straight.
The Saber or whatever you want to call it (BFF, Long a** machete ) it does the job. Living in high mountain country you need REAL equipment that can dish out hard brute strength & survive. This is NO TOY.
This is an awesome saber. Not razor sharp but sharp enough. It's just too long for me. If the blade was six inches shorter, or if I was six inches taller, it'd be perfect for me. Super cool sword none the less.
Well I just opened my CC saber and i am generally pleased! It's weight is negligible: all reviews that say it's super heavy are false or written by guys with no muscles. This sword is light weight & easy to wield. However, the blade had a slight warp (poor quenching, likely) and there are hammer/mallet marks where someone tried to fix the issue. Its very superficial though, and not a deal breaker considering the low price tag. This is a good sword!
As they say on the Forge, it will cut. Sliced a water filled gallon jug in two slicker than a whistle. The blade has give so breaking is unlikely. Grip is great. Over all balance is near perfect. This is one great saber. I'd recommend it to anyone, it performs as well or better than more expensive ones.
great toy for the money truly nice sword like a lot and think you should buy if you want a nice sword
No exaggeration. This is the deadliest weapon I now own. It arrived today, and after wielding it, I have to say that the different swords I practice with, especially the '300' style sword I bought from Budk, all got me ready for this widow maker! Cleaves to the hand, seemingly flows with the movement of the body. Structured so that it feels light enough to maneuver well, and heavy enough to cleave, slash, pierce, dissect with the best of them. Purchased on special with a discount and well worth paying the full price. I am very happy with this product. Thanks
It's a Realy nice big sword cant strap it to my belt because its just about as long as my leg lol but I'm working on swinging harder to get the momentum to cut through bigger objects careful though comes sharp was getting the old oil off the blade didnt know it cut me intill i saw blood
For a one handed sword, it's weight is ridiculous. This isn't necessarily bad. It's not only bigger than an average katana, it's also heavier, and, not as thick. It feels solid, and it's sharp enough. They did a good job on the engraving. If you're looking for something to throw on your hip, this might be a bit too much. the balance is ok and you can really throw it's weight around. It does major damage. It's got a solid construction but I'm not sure how long it will last. I haven't had it long enough to know.