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I just received my new swords, and I was truly amazed. My new weapons are really outstanding. They are not as sharp as I would have liked them to be. I will have to work on them to get them to the sharpness I would like to see. Overall I am satisfied with the quality of the swords. I am also a first time buyer from True Swords and I'm totally impressed with the way they have served me with my choices of weapons. Thank you True Swords for all your hard work in trying to please your customers.
Just received it today. Beautiful sword. Very sharp and everything is tight. For the price you can't beat it. Very pleased!
This Ninja-To is a true Ninja-To of 1980's . Like all of the great Ninja movies . This is a sword for all real modern day Shinobi and Ninja collectors . Buy it today before they are gone .
I got this sword as an early present from my wife. I love this sword. I got it today and when it came I was very excited. This is an awesome sword. It came on time and perfect. I also practiced with it too. I highly recommend shinwa and true swords they are awesome.
I just got this badboy in today and I have to tell you it is solid. One of the most solid swords I have ever owned. I was very impressed with it beauty and sharpness thanks for sending it so quick 5 out of 5
So after owning this for around a month now with multiple uses I'm ready to give this guy a review. For those who don't feel like reading through details this sword is worth the price of $50, but if had been much higher (i.e. $80-$120) I can't say I would still recommend it.
Pros: The blade is quite sturdy for 1045 carbon steel, and lasted through targets that were way above what a 1045 sword should be used for. The edge out of the box, while not hair shaving sharp, was still a workable edge that could cut through targets (though sharpening it would take away the anodization, so do so at your own risk). The hilt was well wrapped, and has not loosened or warped at all. The tang is also solid, with no welds or fractures to speak of, which is a blessing for a sword in this price range.
Cons: Unfortuantely the sword I got had a loose guard right out of the box, though it did not loosen up any more than it already was even after cutting, so it's quite possible I may have just ended up with a lemon. The blade also does not at all in the scabbard. Even lifting the blade up by the hilt and not the scabbard will end in the scabbard falling away, revealing the blade, which can be quite dangerous depending on where the sword is and what's going on around it.
Conclusion: As stated above, for $50 I absolutely recommend getting this sword, be it for practice cutting, or as a economical ninjato. If it had been much higher ($80-$120) I would not have been able to recommend it so easily. Absolutely not on par with a $150 ninjato, but it gets the job done, and gets it done rather well.
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