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Tactical Wakizashi - 5160 High Carbon Spring Steel Sword

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[46 CB2432]

Only $144.99


The "œSidearm of the Samurai" gets a serious update in our Tactical Wakizashi, designed for strenuous outdoor use and protection. This is a modern tactical take on the samurai sword.

The 5160 high-carbon spring steel blade is plasma coated for corrosion protection and the checkered Kraton handle provides a sure foul-weather grip. The fiberglass scabbard construction avoids water absorption and reduces carrying weight, while several lanyard holes and the included ParaCord provide carrying and backpack attachment options.

Product Specifications:
  • Overall: 31 in.
  • Blade Length: 20 in.
  • Handle Length: 8 1/2 in.
  • Weight: 1lb 14 oz.
  • Full Tang Construction.
  • 5160 High Carbon Steel.
  • Fiberglass Scabbard.
Also available in the larger Tactical Katana configuration.


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     Reviewed by Ricci Gilman on Feb 07, 2013

very well made, holds a very good edge... great purchase. five stars

     Reviewed by mark moreno on Aug 07, 2012

Great piece. It feels very good and balanced and very sturdy blade. the price is phenomenal for what you get. Although the hilt is weather resistant it may be slippery when damp so I added my own 550 cord wrapping to it and now the grip feels very solid. The scabbard is also very sturdily built. This sword feels ready for battle! Great buy

     Reviewed by Michael Kai on Feb 03, 2012

Not razor sharp, but sharp enough to cut through water filled milk jugs and thin plastic...thicker bottles not so much. Feels good to swing, I can't imagine using it as a defensive blade with a katana in the other hand! Dangerous! <br /><br />Gonna try sharpening it, but that's gonna be a pain...

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