HandForged Japanese HRC65 T10 Clay Tempered Steel Sword Samurai Katana Full Tang
HandForged Japanese HRC65 T10 Clay Tempered Steel Sword Samurai Katana Full Tang Can Be Cut Bamboo. Full Length: 103 cm (40.5 inches). Length of blade: 72 cm (28.2 inches). You can choose anyone when you order it Please. I will send the items. Days, usually is need approximately. Please Note: The wooden stand in the pictures is not included. Because it is difficult to judge old or repro, we can NOT guarantee the swords we sell are old. We are not responsible for any injury caused by the use of our sword. THE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW PROPERLY CARE. 1>Do not attempt to sharpen the blade. The use of sharpening stones or (heaven forbid) a grinding wheel can cause the total destruction of the sword from a collectors standpoint. It takes special training skill and tools to properly polish and sharpen the sword. 2>Do not use sandpaper, steel wool or any abrasive materials on any part of the blade including the tang (nakago). These will scratch the blade and detract from its beauty. 3>Do not use ANY type of metal polish on the parts of the sword handle, guard or scabbard. The fittings on the sword are generally not supposed to be bright and shiny. 4>Do not handle the blade with bare hands. The oils and acids from your skin can cause the blade to rust (in some cases it may stain almost immediately). Use a clean cloth around the blade to handle it.
5> Whenever one draws a mounted sword out of its bag or scabbard, make sure the position of the hilt does not go lower than the scabbard. SWORD MAINTENANCE -- HOW TO PREVENT RUST. Rust is the major enemy of the Japanese sword blade. The best course of action is to prevent rust rather than to have to remove it. If possible the sword should be kept at relatively constant temperature and humidity.
A thin coat of a light, non-acidic lubricating oil is all that is needed. A special oil, CHOJI OIL, for this use. It protects well and has a nice aroma also. The blade should be re-oiled occasionally to prevent the old oil from becoming gummy. Wipe the old oil off with a clean, soft, WHITE cloth or tissue paper. Don't use colored materials as the oil may cause the color to "bleed" onto the sword and stain it. Gentle wiping action is all that is required not vigorous rubbing. Don't "soak" the blade with oil, just use a very light coating. Complete sword care kits are available and perfect for the sword owners. We believe that everything could be solved well, thanks for your understanding and cooperation!! Hope you satisfy with our total services, and we look forward to the good feedback with overall full detailed ratings after you get the item. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Swords & Sabers\Asian\Japanese".
The seller is "jxlpzy" and is located in this country: CN. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Blade Material: T10 Clay Tempered Steel
- Dexterity: Ambidextrous
- Modified Item: No
- Handedness: Double-Handed
- Tang: Full
- Handle Material: Cord Wrapped
- Edge: Single, Curved
- Brand: Handmade
- Color: As show
- Theme: Samurai
- Type: Katana