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Tom Lee Shinobi Gatana

SKU: BSTM27

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Regular Price: £139.99

Special Price: £99.99

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A blackened bronze square tsuba depicts a dragon, a little bigger than a normal tsuba, keeping traditional with the theme of a larger tsuba, remembering that swords are also tools and climbing aids for the night time ninja. For faster kenjutsu this shinobi gatana feature a full bo-hi (fuller/groove) to make the blade lighter and swifter for its sharp cutting edge.

Tom Lee Shinobi Gatana

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Tom Lee Shinobi Gatana


Paper cutting test: Passed.

Legends of the ninja say that a variety of swords were used by the ninja of old, straight swords, curved swords, hidden swords and more. The curved blade has proved to be the greater of the cutting blades. The shinobi gatana features a blackened high carbon steel blade for the night time shinobi sabotour, keeping the shine of moonlit sky from glaring at guards eyes.

A blackened bronze square tsuba depicts a dragon, a little bigger than a normal tsuba, keeping traditional with the theme of a larger tsuba, remembering that swords are also tools and climbing aids for the night time ninja. For faster kenjutsu this shinobi gatana feature a full bo-hi (fuller/groove) to make the blade lighter and swifter for its sharp cutting edge.

The solid wood sheath finished in rich black lacquer is fitted with sturdy koiguchi.

Tom Lee blades are hand forged and tempered beyond other brand swords of this price range to a standard of hardness to withstand mild abuse and appropriate cutting targets.

Key Features
Hand forged high carbon blade
Cutting Blade
Correct shape and taper
Full tang

Specifications
Overall: 40 3/4"
Blade Length: 29"  
Handle Length: 11.5"
Blade thickness at habaki 7.57mm
Blade thickness at yokote 5.51mm
Blade width at habaki 31.08mm
Blade width at yokote 23.47mm
Specs will vary slightly from piece to piece.




 

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