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orcaman98

orcaman98: #1363 of 5089
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Full Tang Ninja Sword



Appearances:

I ordered this product because it was the closest to the traditional length and blade type as a traditional Korean sword. (I needed a quick gift for a Tae Kwon Do student.) Unfortunately, When it arrived, I discovered that the grey spot you see near the hilt on the sheath is a depiction of a man in a Japanese-looking head dress. Furthermore, there are characters inscribed on the blade, the exact nature of which I'm not certain, but which appear to be Japanese. Not a bad conclusion to draw when there is an accompaning label about samauri. Again, I'm not an expert, but were not most Japanese blades longer than daggers curved away from the edge?



Concerning quality:

I have definitely seen more resiliant metals. How much more I cannot say without having broken it. I could probably snap it with one hand though. On which note -- the guard is sufficiently large to cover all of my unusually large hands, and the handle is plently long as well. The guard is made of some metal stronger than the blade, and has a slot large enough for a sturdy strap. A ''utilitarian'' (ugly but sturdy) looking wood is affixed with three pins, without the precision of an artisan. Sharpness on delivery: Would cut cuticle without pressure, if dragged.



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I would take it over a pipe of equal length were both offered freely, but pipe is cheaper and more readily available.  
10/14/2005 12:01:47 AM
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