Blue Lightning Katana (1060 Carbon Steel)
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Sharp and Durable - Handcrafted with care and precision, the Blue Lightning Katana boasts a blade that draws inspiration from the raw power of lightning. Crafted from high-quality steel, this katana delivers exceptional sharpness and durability.
Sturdy and Reliable - Built with full tang construction and secured by mekugi pegs, the Blue Lightning Katana transcends mere beauty to become a robust and dependable weapon. Each piece is meticulously handmade using premium materials, guaranteeing its longevity and timeless appeal.
Handmade and High Quality - The Blue Lightning Katana exemplifies the art of meticulous craftsmanship. Every detail is painstakingly handmade, reflecting the highest standards of quality. From the beautifully adorned blade to the genuine black stingray handle, this katana embodies the fusion of artistry and excellence.
The Blue Lightning Katana embodies the essence of lightning, empowering you with its energy and grace. Discover the captivating allure of this remarkable weapon and experience the perfect fusion of form and function.
Experience the electrifying power of the Blue Lightning Katana (1060 Carbon Steel).
This model is meant for display and light cutting.
- Full Tang
- Blade Material: 1060 Carbon Steel
- Overall Length: 40.5 in.
- Blade Length: 27.625 in.
- Handle Length: 10.25 in.
- Tsuba Size: 3 in.
- Blade Color: Dark Blue/Silver Lightning
- Included: Single Sword Stand and Case
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USA orders should arrive in 8-10 business days.
We process international orders in 3-5 business days.
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