Anchisukiru no tabi Katana (1095 Carbon Steel)
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Made for battle and protection, Anchisukiru no tabi is a top-performer made for a warrior. Hand wrapped with real ray skin and forged with 1095 Carbon Steel, this is a high quality katana produced with the finest materials meant to sustain practical use.
The tsuba is engraved with the brand of a martial god, ready for its next quest. So, are you ready to embark on this journey?
1095 Carbon Steel - Containing 0.95% carbon, 1095 Carbon Steel is the perfect balance between durability and hardness. A true all-rounder 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.
This model is meant for display and light cutting.
- Full Tang
- Blade Material: 1095 Carbon Steel
- Habaki Material: Iron
- Tsuba Size: 3.5 in.
- Handle Length: 11.5 in.
- Overall Length: 41.5 in.
- Blade Length: 28.75 in.
- Blade Thickness: 0.25 in.
- Included: Single Sword Stand, Presentation Box, Dust Bag, and a Certification of Authenticity
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This product is Battle Ready, Full Tang, and a Sharp Blade. This means it is ready for the practice field.
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