Battle-Ready Black Enma (SHARP)
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One of the 21 Great Grade Swords in the fan-favorite series One Piece, and the most powerful sword in Roronoa Zoro’s arsenal — Enma now comes in Black!
Named after the Buddhist God of Hell, Enma can cut all the way down to Hell. Only the most skilled swordsmen can hold it as it drains the Haki from its wielder. But once mastered, this blade enhances its wielder’s abilities, making the strong even stronger.
This handmade replica comes coated with Haki and its hardwood sheath is finished in a glossy black with gold and red embellishments along the length and hilt.
1045 Carbon Steel - Containing 0.45% carbon, 1045 Carbon Steel is tough and durable. The best affordable option for any collection.
Full-Tang - The blade extends throughout the entire length of the handle. Ideal for stability and durability during practical use.
Expertly Handcrafted - Using time-honored techniques, each sword is carefully forged by hand and individually designed in homage to tradition, culture, and craftsmanship.
This model is meant for display and light cutting.
- Full Tang
- Blade Material: 1045 Carbon Steel
- Habaki Material: Brass
- Tsuba Size: 3.125 in.
- Handle Length: 10.375 in.
- Overall Length: 39.25 in.
- Blade Length: 28.5 in.
- Blade Thickness: 0.25 in.
- Included: Single Sword Stand
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At Mini Katana, we pride ourselves on the quality and craftsmanship that goes into our hand-made katanas and replicas.
This product is Battle Ready, Full Tang, and a Sharp Blade. This means it is ready for the practice field.
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