Musha - Koga Black Ninja Sword Full Tang
46 PCSS030

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A very rare find, this ninja sword comes fully functional with a sharpened black blade. All traditional aspects of a ninja sword are represented with this piece. The straight black blade, square guard (solid copper), and a scabbard that doubles as a snorkel for underwater stalking. There is no blood groove on this sword, making each swing silent and stealth. Other features include a hardwood handle with all black wrap (nylon cloth), full tang blade (can be taken apart, 2 peg construction), and black lacquered scabbard.

Product Specification:

  • Overall Length: 40 3/4in
  • Blade Length: 27in (edge)
  • Handle Length: 10.5in
  • Blade Steel: Carbon Steel, Handmade tempered edge comes sharp
  • Scabbard Material: Hardwood with lacquered finish

    Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.72 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Isaac Weatherilt on Jul 18, 2015   5 out of 5

    Just got this sword , and it is SWEET , i am super happy about it. definitely the best sword for what it costs.

    Reviewed by Name Omitted on May 12, 2015   5 out of 5

    After first seeing this sword and it's low price, I shrugged it off as a cheap piece and not worth my money. But after more research, I decided it was too good to pass up. It comes through on the description, though nothing to write home about. A great starter sword with a good amount modabilty. Definitely one to consider then next time you have some pocket change.

    Reviewed by Bruce Kinnison on Apr 20, 2015   5 out of 5

    I own this sword, and while it is well built, sharp, and beautiful, it is not a "true" ninja sword. There has never been a historical discovery of a straight-bladed "ninja" sword. The design (the straight blade, the square tsuba) is an invention of the 80's ninja movie craze. Stephen K. Hayes also helped associate this sword design with ninjas. Historically, ninjas preferred anonymity, and wielding a sword that immediately screamed "NINJA!" would have been detrimental to being stealthy and invisible. Be that as it may, it is a solid design, well built, good steel, sharp blade, and attention to detail. A lot of the abilities attributed to ninjas are mythic and not based in reality, but for what it is, this is still a very good, well built, solid sword. I especially appreciate Japanese-inspired swords that don't have a fuller (blood groove), which are incredibly hard to find.

    Reviewed by Steve Cockren J.R. on Feb 05, 2015   4 out of 5

    I bought this sword right after my beautiful girl bought me the ten ryu sword and it was much cheaper but way better. I of course took it apart and found unlike the ten ryu which had nothing on the tang, had shinobi but no musashi or musha. I figured it was better than nothing lol. Other than that it has out done the ten ryu by far. And for the price it is definitely exceptional. Thanks for the good deal true swords.

    Reviewed by Paul Munoz on Feb 05, 2015   4 out of 5

    got my sword a few minutes ago. so this review will be short. first thing is the box, the box it comes in is nice. not to fancy but it'll do for the price. the blade itself weights just about right but upon trying to pull the blade out of the sheathe the blade wouldnt come out so i had to force it out. i dont like the idea of pulling it out with force since i fear i might cut myself but in the end its not a big problem. that aside the blade comes nicely sharp....I cut the box it came in half hahahaha. overall the blade is wonderful and nicely built. its my first of many i'll be buying here so i look forward to grow my "new" collection and for anyone looking into buying it, go for it. 4/5

    Reviewed by justin lawson on Jan 21, 2015   5 out of 5

    Nice and solid, razor sharp, excellent balance; all around a great weapon.

    Reviewed by Michael Percha on Dec 11, 2014   5 out of 5

    This is the first katana I've ever purchased. While my knowledge of blades is growing, my funds are limited, and this seemed like a good deal. I believe it was. The construction seems solid. I've had it for a couple months now, and for the minor abuse I've put it through, I've had no issues. The blade came decently sharp out of the box, but I like my blades to have an edge that can split frog hair, so some brief moments with a whetstone later I got it how I like it. I'm happy with my purchase. Definitely not a close quarters weapon, but in a nice, wide open space, this can be formidable.

    Reviewed by Will on Aug 28, 2014   4 out of 5

    Just got the sword today despite placing an advanced order but after looking it over, the sheathe itself has a couple of scratches and dents but the blade itself feels well made and appears very clean. Haven't had a chance to test its cutting ability but overall, its pretty nice and feels pretty durable. You can feel the weight and tang too which makes me pretty happy

    TEST TEST TEST Reviewed by Dre Noel on Jul 09, 2014   4 out of 5

    haven't got a change to cut with it but the look of this bad boy in person makes me speechless i can't wait to get to know the sword

    Reviewed by Mark Tingler on Jun 25, 2014   4 out of 5

    This sword is well-made as far as I can tell. It is very quiet when practicing cutting resulting from the lack of a blood groove. I don't know how long blood grooves have been created within Japanese blades; I have always thought about it as European in origin. At any rate, the smooth construction of the blade is more aerodynamically efficient (i.e. no drag resulting from the groove).

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