Shinwa Warrior Spear - Carbon Steel w/Tan Cord Wrap
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  • Double-edged carbon steel blade
  • Ray skin handle with cord wrappings
  • Cast metal tsuba and pommel
  • Brass-plated dragon menuki
  • Embossed leather sheath
  • 62-1/2" overall length


The same legendary sword makers who hand forge each Shinwa Katana blade are now producing this unique Samurai Warrior spear. This Shinwa spear features a 12 1/2" hand-forged Carbon steel blade that is double edged and razor-sharp. This fully functional spear blade is attached to an elm wood shaft that is coated in black lacquer paint. The shaft is then hand-wrapped in traditional tan cotton cord and ray skin tsuka that all Shinwa katanas use. This Shinwa spear includes an embossed Shinwa leather sheath. 62 1/4" overall length.

  • Double-edged Carbon steel blade
  • Ray skin handle with cord wrappings
  • Cast zinc tsuba and pommel
  • Cast zinc tsuba and pommel
  • Brass-plated dragon menuki
  • Embossed leather sheath
  • 62-1/2" overall length

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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shinwa double edge carbon steel warrior spear tan Reviewed by ray blundell on May 08, 2015   5 out of 5

I love the guard,the brown wrap is a nice change from black.My spear is sharp from point about 8 Down,can cut paper fine.The pole is light don't think it would brackunless aboused.If throwen correctly will be fine.Don't know how long the tang goes into the pole at guard if it is just glued on at the guarg and doesn't go into the pole some length then that would be a problem.the spear is glued into the area at guard but again juest don't know how far the tang goes into shaft at guard.anyway if had to ues it and tang isn't as should be it still would be good for one good through, and if throughen right would stick in it's target atleast one time eaven if brok off in target, like for slef defence.overall looks great



Quality Budget Spear Reviewed by Jdmsword14 on Feb 04, 2015   4 out of 5

Was happy package came a day early than arrival time on ups. Spear is a very light but strong hardwood that has significant flex. Feels very nimble, I'm about 6 3'' and it comes up to about my neck. Spear head is heavy and all the fittings are nice and tight. Tsuba matches my shinwa regal tan katana but the ito wrapping is a darker brown and not so tan. edges of my spear tip are dull but can be sharpened. Because of the stock handle i don't think i would recommend that, although it can be swung around and is great for piercing i think you can run the risk of snapping the handle matterial with a misplaced slash which could be dangerous. If you are looking for something different to compliment a collection or want to do some fun practice and get familiar with a spear i would recommend this as a good item for the price.



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