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Hand-forged carbon steel blade with a blood grooveImitation ray skin with nylon cord wrappingCast metal aluminum fittingsIncludes a heavy duty nylon sheath48.75" OV
What a warrior you will be with this heat-forged warrior sword in your hands. This massive 48-3/4" warrior sword features a heat-forged steel blade with an oxidized finish for an aged, authentic look and feel. The long, narrow blade makes this warrior sword particularly useful for thrusting and piercing maneuvers. Like ancient Samurai swords, the ray skin handle is heavily wrapped in cord. The open-hole pommel design matches the circular tsuba, and heavy blood grooves span the hefty blade. The authentically detailed fittings are crafted of cast zinc alloy with an aged finish like the blade. It comes to you with a reinforced blade sheath with a shoulder strap
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It put a hole in my garage floor and cut through the concrete but I broke the handle on a log. Slices through most things. Very sturdy handle but not sturdy enough to chop logs.
Out-of-the-box, it comes with a very weathered and rough-used look, and is also only rough-ground, making it an excellent costume option as-is. However, its use is not limited to decor; the blade is MEATY, almost reaching 1/4 in. thick near the guard. (It will still make cuts with the rough edge, so mind where you swing it)
For those looking at this for a functional piece, be aware that the blade is twisted along its length, and this will negatively impact cutting performance.
The blood grooves present look like an outline for a fuller, and proved pretty useful for just that, and the steel surprised me with its hardness. The edge needed a good bit of filing before proper sharpening, but that again was thanks to the hardness. The nylon wrap on the grip came free next to the guard, but some superglue fixed it just fine. The scabbard is not really a scabbard at all, it's a cover with a zipper and a shoulder-strap that won't fit for more than a rifle-carry, which defeats the purpose. (It doesn't stay in place at the belt very well either, and the hilt gets in the way)
Thus far, I've seen great edge retention, and cutting isn't really restricted by the twist in the blade, but...you'll definitely feel the difference between it and a straight blade for certain. While the hilt is very long, it offers several options for grip, and the ring pommel gives you a couple extra grip options for a choked-down grip, and for thrusts. The hilt's fit-up has been stellar thus far, with the guard seeming to have been hammered into place, however, there is a fairly wide gap between the guard and the center of the blade on both sides.
Despite everything wrong with it, this one can be cleaned up into fighting shape quite easily. Definitely offers the value of $60, just expect to invest a bit of effort to make it nice.
First opened it and frowned a bit, most of the paint on the blade isn't there(was faded) , the blood groves were two little weld markings on each side didn't even make a groove. Lastly the blade was oiled/greased. First time I might actually send something back in all my days of buying from the web
Just got the sword in a while ago and is pretty good over all. Its got a nice weight to it and feels very strong. Looks pretty worn too like its actually been used in battle for countless years and I was pretty surprised when it came to me sharpened as well. First sword I've received where it was sharped. I will say, I was kinda surprised at its size, don't know why but I figured it would be bigger but that's my fought and the sword is still awesome. However, if a 56-60 inch version of this is ever made with the same dimensions I'm instantly buying it.
Very solidly built, it comes sharp, it is very intimidating. DON'T expect pretty however. This has the appearance of a real weapon. If you like that sort of thing, this is a good deal