Introducing the Red Crack Katana - a wooden training sword that replicates the look and feel of a traditional Japanese Samurai sword. This handmade wooden katana features a rosewood or bamboo blade, depending on your preference. With an overall length of 40.3 inches and a weight of just 0.6kg, this training sword is perfect for beginners or anyone looking to practice their swordplay without the danger of a metal blade. The blade is sharpened and the handle is wrapped with a winding rope for an authentic look and comfortable grip. The scabbard is also made of solid wood and painted to match the handle. The tsuba and knife fitted are made of alloy. This wooden katana is suitable for both solo and partner practice, making it a versatile training tool for any aspiring Samurai.
The Red Crack Katana is expertly crafted by hand and designed to replicate the look and feel of a traditional Samurai sword. Please note that due to the handmade nature of the sword, there may be small errors in length. If you need customized blade lettering or other changes, you can contact us directly. We understand that each shipment might be slightly different, but we assure you that our commitment to quality never wavers. All of our Samurai swords were designed in Japan and produced in Longquan, the sword capital of China. Each sword comes with a cotton sword bag for safekeeping.
Taking care of your Red Crack Katana is simple and easy. As a training sword, there is no need for oiling or other maintenance routines as you would do with a real metal sword. However, to keep it looking its best, make sure to store it in a dry place and avoid getting it wet. It is also important to inspect it regularly for any cracks or damages that may have occurred during use.
In conclusion, the Red Crack Katana is an excellent training tool for anyone looking to practice their swordplay without risking injury with a metal blade. With its lightweight and wooden construction, this training sword is perfect for beginners or for those who want to hone their skills. And with its authentic design and high-quality materials, the Red Crack Katana is a must-have for any aspiring Samurai.
Sword maintenance of common sense: A sword generally consists of three components: blade, sheath, and accessories. The main body, blade, is mostly iron, steel, and copper. The sheath is made of wood. In order to avoid getting rusted, it should not be stored in a damp place nor in contact with sour, salty substances. Hand touch should also be avoided in case the surface got corroded by sweat. Oil should be applied on the surface for maintenance for medium carbon steel, high carbon steel,pattern-welded steel(Damascus steel)material stainless steel blades.