Shinwa Samurai Katana With Flying Turtle Tsuba
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  • Heat-forged Damascus steel blade
  • Cast iron tsuba & pommel
  • Coordinating hardwood scabbard
  • 39" overall length

Add this masterpiece to your collection today! This brand new Shinwa Samurai katana sword features a 28" heat-forged Damascus steel blade that has been hand sharpened to a razor's edge. Each blade has unique forging patterns that give each piece a custom, one-of-a-kind look and feel. The cast iron tsuba and pommel have a striking depiction of a turtle, and the imitation ray skin handle is wrapped in black cord. An antique brass-finished habaki blade sleeve and menuki add further authenticity to this mighty katana sword. The coordinating scabbard has a carved scrollwork motif for added zing.

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ok Reviewed by mark bagley on Jan 14, 2016   3 out of 5

Sword was sharp but it did not go all the way to the tsuba. Also there were blemishes on the tsuba, scabbard, and Blade.

yes this sword is fully functional Reviewed by KEVIN EDWARDS on Jan 03, 2016   5 out of 5

but keep in mind that a good samurai sword used to cost as much as 1,000 spears! so therefore samurai would not go clashing blades as you've perhaps seen in movies. The perfect battle according to the samurai was the unsheathing of the sword and dispatching of the opponent in one fluid motion, with no blade contact at all. The original construction of the samurai sword had a hard steel outside for sharpness and soft steel inside for flexibility. Damascus steel does this same thing in that it is hard and soft steel pounded together. A story tells that this is how the Damascenes of old would construct their blades. So if you are looking for swords to spar with I would recommend wooden weapons,but if you like to cut things up, like the people on the video, this sword performs splendiferously.

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