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Zetsurin Katana with Kozuka #38
This Musashi Sword is not your traditional looking katana measuring 40" inches overall. It's unique and ornate design easily makes it a collectible piece but should not detract from its overall functionality. The sword features a high carbon steel blade measuring 28" inches long with a sharp edge. The handle measures 10.5" inches with alloy fittings, black faux rayskin in a white cotton cord wrap. The saya is done in a black lacquered finish which features a kozuka adding to is unique feature. Comes complete with a sword bag to keep it dust free. Awesome light duty cutter with a collectible presentation to match.
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Author: Donna Collins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Author: Callen Maples (email@example.com)
amazing its such a flawless design
Author: Nicholas Bingham (Nick.Bingham.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Beautiful sword, just got mine in the mail today. can't express my satisfaction enough.
Author: Christopher Coakley
I bought this for a friend (because who doesn't like receiving a ninja sword as a present?). I was impressed by the quality. The whole thing has a very solid feel to it. Also, the photos don't do the lacquer finish justice. This is a very beautiful sword.
Author: Tyler Treacy (email@example.com)
cant wait to get mine!
Author: Jared Kirk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Beautiful, i thought my other swords were impressive. However, this sword is dangerous if used disrespectfully. I merely tried to manipulate the blade the other day, lost control and am now left with scars across three of my fingers. Regardless, this katana is a mesterpiece. 5/5
Author: KÚvin Grenier (email@example.com)
Yes, Man i want it and if i have to quote it, it will be a 10/5 (i want to learn using it)
Author: Jeffery Ledford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
i've owned my zetsurin for about a year now when i first got it what really suprised me was the weight of the katana, i mean of course it comes in a decorative box, with a carrying bag, those dont really matter to me though, it could have come without a handle if they wished, but, the weight of the blade although heavy has a great balance. i've owned other katana's but this one is by far my favorite, and probly always willl be. the handle was tightly wrapped, faux rayskin, very very nice decorations adorn the handle and were the guard is suppose to be. as you can see in the picture's above, but lets get to the important parts!!! THE BLADE IS AMAZING! its high carbon steal, full tang, double pegged, and sharp. it wasent as sharp as i wanted it so i sharpened it further...bad mistake...you see this swrod is a limb slicer by nature. i accedently sliced my middle and ring finger off...>.>; but thats my mistake lol. they healed back with moderate scaring but remember this is a real sword not a wall hanger. i've put this sword through hell!! and it only made me happier to know that it withstood everything i threw at it. it chops through tree limbs at least 2 times its size. now being carbon it can rust so take care of it! but i've used it to cut through everything from bottles and tree,s to shoe,s and my fingers. you cant beat the functionality of this blade! some more information you should know about your new zetsurin. the blade is 1045 carbon i presume because its softer and this is a plus. instead of shattering it will bend but only if you stuff a cut. DONT PANIC simply bend it back into place with your knee. the blade will take its naturall shape and be just as strong as ever no worries =3. about your kozuka the blade itself is unsharppend but its point is needle and i do mean needle sharp. dont poke youself with it you will bleed XD. the kozuka's blade is very thin so im thinking it should be used as a throwing weapon or a letter opener. it WILL BEND if you throw it into a tree with substancial force. IF YOUR THINKING ABOUT BUYING THIS DONT HESITATE!!! 5 stars for functionality!! im working on buying my second one =3
Author: Daniel Beck (email@example.com)
Ok just got this sword (the red one, only diff should be the saya).
I would say that with this sword, you gt what you pay for, the blade appears to be a functional light duty cutter, I haven't cut with this sword yet, but I'll explain why in a min:
I was attracted to this sword because the Aikuchi style fittings are rare and would make a fun display peice if nothing else. Plus there is something to way the Aikuchi style furnishings feel in the hand that just screams elegant.
The blade was what I expected, decent. Not full pro, but for a first sword, this blade is ok. However, as soon as I get the materials, I am probably going to completely redo some of the fitting.
This sword, without a doubt has one of the WORST furnishings I have seen on a "functional" sword. I can live with rubber same, Plastic ornaments, and a loose Koiguchi (saya mouth). But the Tsuka Ito is of such poor quality, I wouldn't even use it to tie your shoes... It's really that bad. It is so loose and so thin that I am actually nervous about using even for light duty cutting.
A few strokes and the Ito could easily flare off the tsuka and send the blade off in some chaotic direction.
I reccomend that if you purchase this sword, you learn how to do your own Tsuka Ito and at LEAST completely redo this element of the sword.
I know that the sword is a cheap toy SWO compaired to even some others on this site, and I expected low quality, and know they must cut costs, but really, they should offer a higher priced version (if necessary), with real and SAFE tsuka Ito... I can easily pluck it and move it... BAD.
If I do re wrap this I will also be changing the ito to Red. :)
Overal the blade is decent geting 5/5 for price.
The fitting however is poor, getting a 2/5
Overall this sword gets a 3.5/5 and only so high due to the blades value.
Oh well least I got a weekend project ahead of me to enjoy :)
Author: max junior santi campomanes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
hola quiero saber si pueden mandar esta espada a peru.????'
Author: edilson feltrin (email@example.com)
free freight, brasil
Author: kevin james (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is the first what I call real sword I ever bought. It shares similar symbols with another sword I bought from this site . The symbols on the alloy fittings of this sword can be said to represent the The Japanese tomoe old shintoist symbol for universe or the Buddhism symbol of the Dharma wheel which represents moral discipline and the three important aspects of the religion: the Buddha, the Dharma and the Shanga (community) which are at the core of Buddhism. Besides that the design of this sword combines both tradition and elegant simplicity, two qualities that caught my eye and kept my attention.
Author: julian solis (email@example.com)
podrian enviarla a costa rica????y como estaria el precio total hasta costa rica
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