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Tachi,Samurai Hand Forged Rail Steel Blade,Green Scabbard,Alloy Fitting

Tachi,Samurai Hand Forged Rail Steel Blade,Green Scabbard,Alloy Fitting

Regular price $148.00 USD
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Item Specification:
Blade Material:High quality High carbon steel/Rail steel;
Sword Type:Hand Made Sword,Hand Forged,Heat Tempered;
Package weight:1.2kg,No scabbard weight:0.9kg;
Overall Length:40.55inch/103cm;
Blade Length:28.34inch/72cm;
Handle Length:10.23inch/26cm;
Blade width:1.25inch/3.2cm;
Scabbard:Solid wood+Green artificial leather;(Need the other colors of the scabbard, please remark in the order.)
Handle:Solid wood + green rope winding;
Knife fitted:High quality Alloy;
Condition:Brand new;
Origin:China Zhejiang Longquan;
Packing:Bag+foam box.No Wood Stand.
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A Japanese saber, also known as a katana, is a type of sword that was traditionally used by the samurai class of feudal Japan.  It is characterized by a long, curved blade with a single edge and a distinctive shape that is designed for cutting and slicing.  The katana is considered to be one of the most iconic and revered weapons in Japanese history, and it is still widely respected and admired today for its craftsmanship and beauty.
Rail steel is a type of steel that is specifically designed and manufactured for use in the construction of railway tracks.   It is a high-strength, low-alloy steel that is able to withstand the heavy loads and high stresses that are placed on railway tracks.   Rail steel is typically made through a process of casting, rolling, and heat treatment.

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