Hand Forged Warrior Naginata Sword w/ Thick Scimitar Blade
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  • 28" solid aged hardwood handle
  • 1/2" thick forged steel blade
  • Blade length: 25"
  • Overall length: 53"

This massive naginata sword is packing one of the most aggressively designed scimitar blades we've ever seen!

Forged from carbon steel, the blade is thick, features a unique blood groove, and is accented by two spikes along the spine. The Dadao style guard and ring are made of steel.

Includes protective sheath with snap closure. The blade measures 25 in. and this piece is approximately 53 in. overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.35 out of 5
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BEAST Reviewed by Ed Woyewodzic on Nov 18, 2018   5 out of 5


Reviewed by Daniel Higgins on Aug 18, 2015   1 out of 5

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.

Reviewed by Travis Janeway on Mar 13, 2015   3 out of 5

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.

Reviewed by kardean wilks on Aug 19, 2014   5 out of 5

Im second to review this item. Im just gonna say its awsome.

Get ready to fix it Reviewed by Matt on Jun 18, 2014   4 out of 5

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

Reviewed by Ambrose Brown on Dec 25, 2013   5 out of 5

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.

Bad blade..! Reviewed by Anh Nguyen on Oct 23, 2013   2 out of 5

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!

awesome blade Reviewed by richard stevens on Aug 25, 2013   5 out of 5

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.

Horse Cleaver Reviewed by Jared on Jun 11, 2013   4 out of 5

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.

Head Chopper Reviewed by Jerome Dubis on May 26, 2013   5 out of 5

Looking for a Head Chopper? Well my friend look no further, this is it.

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