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28" solid aged hardwood handle1/2" thick forged steel bladeBlade length: 25"Overall length: 53"
Experience a bit of Ancient China with this exceptionally designed Forged Warrior Chinese War Sword, reminiscent of both ancient Samurai and Naginata swords. This is the real deal, featuring a 28" solid wood handle with heavy duty decorative fabric wrappings. The 1/2" thick razor sharp blade is carefully forged from the strongest steel with a rugged warrior finish.
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WOW!! UNPACKED THIS BEAST ASAP AND WHACKED AN OAK STUMP WITH IT. BIT RIGHT INTO THAT WOOD. STURDY , SHARP, AND BEAUTIFUL!
should only be used for decoration. I was doing practice swings with it and the handle started cracking right under the hilt guard, this being only the second day I've had it. the blade is really nice looking and sharp, and should the handle have held up it would have been a really great weapon.
Ultimately I'm happy with this as it will likely be used only for display. However, the wood used for the handle - EXTREMELY SOFT! It feels like holding a piece of styrofoam and actually compresses under the pressure of my grip. I am quite certain that the handle would split or snap in two if I swung it at anything remotely solid.
I've replaced wooden handles before but, it an extremely time consuming craft. That said, if i took the time to retrofit with a proper handle, i could probably chop down a tree with it. The weight of the blade is great and the sheath is nice.
Im second to review this item. Im just gonna say its awsome.
Now the blade is pretty sweet, old looking finish along with the wood and wrapping. It's pretty beautiful as a wall hanger as long you don't get any botched spots where the metal is risen, smooth, and silver compared to where the finish is applied correctly. But the handle is week and the tang is short, so it's not functional. I used a strong magnet to find where the tang ended and drilled holes all the way up, using nuts and bolts to pull it all together. Then I wrapped the whole thing tight with Parachord all the way down, not as pretty but I would trust its sturdiness with my life now
guess i'm the first to review this Naginata...well let me see if i can help..i'm 6"1 and the whole thing comes a little below my shoulder..it's heavy and it feels solid and the blade is not sharp...another day of sharpening for me...lol...but it's relaxing... the sheathe is really good and well put together..no problems..no chips...no bends...even though my first choice is a sword i wouldn't mind this being my second choice...it will definitely help speed up your sword play and your handling...the shipping was fast and accurate and i just want to thank my loving wife for getting this for me...i love you Deborah, thanks sweetie and trueswords.
This blade is heavy, blunt, and harsh..! I had fixed this sword for three days! Don't buy it if you don't how to fix the sword!
this blade is awesome granted the handle is a little bit shoddy but some gorilla tape fixes that. i turned mine into a Chinese war sword but i modified the blade slightly so now it looks like it would be a nightmare to be hit with. all in all awesome blade for the price. i also took it out side and hit a log with a diagonal strike and in cleaved straight through. as for the name of the modified blade its now called the nightmare relm.
Handle could definitely use some reinforcement, especially around the tang (considering it's quite small for such a large blade) my handle began to split after a few swings (never hit anything with it) but some electrical tape fixed that. overall for the price it's not bad at all it is quite sharp and handles nicely.
Looking for a Head Chopper? Well my friend look no further, this is it.
What an impressive weapon this is. Holding this weapon in my hands feels great. It came very sharp and the construction is very sound.
This is a beautiful piece. My only complaints are that the tang is short and the black finish was done in a crappy way. There were a few large spots where the finish was never even applied. Other than that it is a fine, sharp, piece that I'm happy to have in my collection.
When this thing came in the mail I was stoked for this thing. The sword is quality made with a nice wooden handle. This thing was Bada**! There is no more to say, one of the best swords I've ever bought! 5 Stars!
This has to be the coolest weapon i have bought off BUDK so far, and the price is well worth paying. Its pretty much a giant cleaving sword with about a four foot reach. The wood handle could use a little more reinforcement, but other than that in my opinion it makes a perfect addition to my zombie melee collection. Thanks BUDK for you guys awesome service, and fast shipping.
This thing is great; it's practically a tough sword with incredible reach and control. I was really impressed with the solidly made, awesome looking blade, it could withstand a legitimate war, but the handle, not so much. The one I own now is the second, the firsts handle cracked where the tang stops (a little above the top screw) and is made from some kinda crappy wood. To be fair, it's simple physics that the beastly, heavy blade will make a long wooden handle snap under pressure, but for 65 bucks with tax and shipping, I don't want anything to break. Honestly, this thing is easy to defend and/or breach with and just great to look at, but you're going to need to add steel bands or some other reinforcement to the handle if you plan on using it at all. Or construct your own handle; the blade and partial tang can be taken out of the wood without damaging the blade. All in all, generally great weapon, especially for the price, it'd be the Melee weapon I'd grab first in a home invasion.
I ordered this for my birthday and it was well worth the buy. The blade is very thick and I got it really sharp. The size of this is incredible.
My friend bought this and at first I was pretty impressed. The blade is insanely tough and thick also came really sharp. all in all the blade is amazing. After like a week of him playing with it lightly. He called me and told me the handle cracked down the middle and I told him I could make a new handle. So today i opened the handle up and found out that the tang only goes down the handle 1/3rd of the way down and then has a thinner piece of steel welded onto it. The weld actually was cracked off at this point.
I just received this beauty yesterday. My only complaint is that it didn't come very sharp, but any real swordsman should be able to sharpen his own blade anyway. It's a beast of a weapon, it's powerful, the weight is strong, yet not unbearable, and it deals out some serious damage without denting or breaking. If you like polearm weapons, I'd fully recommend this one. By the way, the name of this weapon (forged "Chinese" war sword) is accurate, but the description is a bit off. The description compares it to a "naginata" and "samurai" weapon. Indeed, it is similar to a naginata, but those are Japanese. This weapon should probably be classified as a Guan Dao. It's not really a big deal. The picture is accurate.
I would agree with most everything the other reviewers said. This is a Beast of a War Sword. The sheath however, one of the snaps broke right away when I removed the Sword. (Not that big a deal) This design was mainly used to remove limbs on the battlefield. I plan to strengthen this item even further by welding metal bands at the stress points making this awesome weapon a Item that I can pass down for generations to come. ( I may buy another to have a "Cross Display") Nice Job BUDK.
This sword is AMAZING. Easy to sharpen, full tang overall. A good buy.