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A fantasy sword with some bite! Our Fantasy Warrior series combines full tang functionality with never before seen blade shapes. Hand polished stainless steel bolsters surround the black pakkawood handle. Two steel pegs secure the 440 stainless steel blade. Includes nylon sheath with strap. 17 1/2 in. blade, 24 1/2 in. overall.This is a True Swords Featured Full Tang product listing.
Red Guardian Ninja Sword and Kunai / Throwing Knife Set with Sheath
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Shinwa - Ninja-to Dragon Wakizashi Sword w/ Damascus
Honshu Evenfall Handmade Wakizashi / Samurai Sword - Exclusive Black Damascus Steel - Modern Tactical Ninja Style - ABS Handle, Textured Grip, Paracord Lanyard - Saya / Scabbard - Full Tang - 31 1/2"
Shinwa Full Tang Ninja Fighter Sword – 1045 High Carbon Steel
Shinwa - Arctic Shadow Ninja Sword w/ Black Damascus
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Twin Deathstroke Swords Duo Two Piece Set w/ Matching Scabbards
This blade is not quite what it seems in the picture. The blade is fairly wide, but the entire sword is very thin! It does not have the quality thickness that you would expect in a high quality sword. It's far more like a machete than a sword. Also, the design is very misguided. Notice how there is no cross-guard (another mark of a machete-quality blade)... and notice how the serrations on the back-end of the blade (near the handle by where you thumb would set). As I held the blade, it was dangerously easy to have my thumb slide toward the serrations in a forceful thrust! And yes, the serrations are sharp and pointed towards the user's thumb! I don't recommend this blade. I have since returned it.
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