Black Warrior Ninja Sword – Black Finish BOGO



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  • 26 1/2" carbon steel blade
  • Blackened cast metal tsuba
  • Traditionally wrapped sword handle
  • Powerful full-tang construction
  • 41 5/8" overall length

Ninjato swords were typically used by ninjas of feudal Japan. The Black Warrior Ninja Sword is a very intimidating sword, crafted to help you blend into the night! The blade is constructed of carbon steel that has been heat tempered and offers a black finish. The handle offers a black cast metal guard, pommel and menuki, while the hilt sports imitation black ray skin and black cord wrapping.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.75 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Jan 24, 2016
(5 out of 5)

Good blades but the handle is a little to big nearly throws the sword off balance


Jan 22, 2016
(5 out of 5)
5 out of 5

The sword is sharp, it has a metal guard, the handle is long, and it comes in a nice box. I have not used it yet so I am not sure how sturdy it may be.


Karl Martinson
Oct 29, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Not bad

Not a bad BOGO deal, but I wouldn't pay $30 for just one. Not sharp at all; you'll need to put an edge on it. Blade is fairly thin, but does appear to be full-tang. Menuki pegs are plastic; just push-throughs that appear to be part of the plastic decorative pieces under the cord wrap. Handle material appears to be plastic, not metal. Overall, it looks nice and has decent balance. I wouldn't use it to cut anything though. Saya is actually made of wood. As stated before, not a bad BOGO deal just for goofing around. For $10 more though you can get a Musha or Musashi that is truly a "real" sword.


Oct 13, 2015
(4 out of 5)

I bought this (from another website but same sword) and it bent when i tried to lightly hit cardboard. But its a beautiful sword.


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