Cold Steel Dragonfly Katana Sword
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    This sword is specially designed for the warrior of today! This katana offers a thicker, wider, and heavier blade than that of the traditional katana designed for a smaller body than is normal in the modern era. Measuring 41 1/2" overall, this sword features a 29 1/2" blade crafted from 1055 carbon steel. The carefully hand polished blade is designed with a blood groove that has a distinctive mirror polish applied to it. The hilt is covered in black ray skin and tightly wrapped in the traditional style with teal-green silk braid cord. The guard and pommel are crafted in black iron and bear the dragonfly motif. This katana includes a black lacquered wood scabbard, a blue travel bag, and an intricately decorative display bag that is made from the finest heavy silk metallic brocade. This is a top quality sword that combines traditional design with modern appreciation! Cold Steel, 88DK.


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    Great Quality Reviewed by Matt on Mar 23, 2015   5 out of 5

    This sword is amazing, not like the crap you buy at the flee market. It's very well balanced, has a stylish blood groove and comes razor sharp out of the box. I'm impressed and feel my money was well spent.



    Reviewed by Grae MacInnis on Mar 21, 2015   5 out of 5

    This blade is the highlight of my collection. Incredibly beautiful, very tight. Heavier and more curved than the traditional katana, it works well for larger people like me at 6'4". The balance is phenomenal, feels so natural in your hands. All the accents are superb and the finish is flawless. Again, True Swords has made a great purchase even better, I have found no reason to buy anywhere else.



    Reviewed by robert newell on Mar 31, 2011   5 out of 5

    first off trueswords is a great company if possible i will only buy all my katanas from this company i bought the cold steel dragonfly katana an the cld steel warrior katana an both the swords an the company are top shelf when you hold the dragonfly katana you know you are holding something you can trust in



    Reviewed by Alma O'Dell on Jan 15, 2010   4 out of 5

    Nice, sharp edge, durable construction, and will last a long time with proper maintenance and care. I gave a four out of five because there were some dark marks along the edge of the blade when received. I contacted TrueSwords, and they were eager to resolve the issue. The only other problems I had were that the Kashira is a tad loose. It rattles a bit, but does not affect performance. If you are going to retie the Sageo, throw away the Shitodome in the Kurikata. The ones sent with mine damaged the Sageo. I did not retie the Tsuka Ito, so I am not sure about the Shitodome in the Kashira. They appear to be of similar quality. Excluding these problems, the Ito is nice and tight, the Tsuba is of excellent construction, the Iris Leaf Kissaki looks beautiful in the light, and the polishes done to the Hi and between the Shinogi and Mune are great looking. You can't tell from these pictures, but the Mune actually tapers between the large Hi and the Kissaki. It is a really interesting design. The Kashira, Fuchi, and Tsuba were not the ones shown in the pictures, but I personally like the ones I received better. Overall, an excellent blade. I am slightly afraid of using my blades on Tatami mats, but I may have to try this out on one. If you plan to remove the Tsuka, replace the Mekugi. They aren't bad, but I just didn't like the way they were ground down to the ray skin. Full tang, double pegged construction. If you want a truly unique blade, I would recommend this one.



    Reviewed by Dennis Biehl on Aug 10, 2009   5 out of 5

    One of my favorite katanas and I have some that are a lot more expensive. Even though the blade is monosteel and not differentially tempered it is my favorite shaped blade. I also find that the cold steel katanas seem to cut straw mats very well. The tsuka wrapping is tight and attractive. The only thing I would point to that wasn't compeletely positive is tha the blades are a little bit heavier than my other katanas. I would definitely recommend these swords.



    Reviewed by Brian Hill on Jan 19, 2009   5 out of 5

    Very beautiful Katana. I wasn't too sure about purchasing this because of the cost, but now I can say that I don't regret it. It is pricey but well worth its money. The blade is very nicely made and extremely solid and sharp. The Katana as a whole is very solid too. If you've got the extra money, go for it.



    Reviewed by Matt Chuang on Jun 10, 2008   5 out of 5

    the best sword i've owned and bought from trueswords so far. it's beautiful, nicely balanced and very sharp!! I like the green wraps and the black rayskin. it's a must buy for sword collectors



    Reviewed by christinea folsom on Jun 06, 2008   4 out of 5

    sword is great ! picture doesn't give it's curve justice.
    but had small round nick on scabbard, but the sword is good.



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