Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2

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  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
  • Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2
MSRP: $125.00
Now: $69.00
Was: $125.00
— You save $56.00

Description

Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tsunami Tanto Model #2

 

Stats:

Steel - Through Hardened 1060 spring steel with tsunami theme

Total Length - 17 inches

Blade Length - 9 inches

Blade width - 1 inch

Handle Length - 4.5 inches

weight 13 oz

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26 Reviews

  • 3
    Overall

    Posted by Caelan Brown on Mar 24th 2021

    I mean, you get what you pay for, I got what I expected. I would recommend this for the price but you you have the money to spend, go for the higher end items

  • 4
    Let down unfortunately

    Posted by Joe Sangha on Mar 15th 2021

    I bought 2 of these Tanto's. The craftsmanship is quite good, and the Tsuka is tied wonderfully on both. However, I do have a big complaint. One of the Saya's does not fit correctly. When held upside down all it takes is a very slight wiggle of the hand and the Saya falls to the ground right away. The Saya on the first Tanto is much better and doesn't fall off nearly as quickly. Other than that, I have no complaints. Great craftsmanship, fair price. If the Saya was better fitting I would give these a 10/10. Unfortunately I can only focus on the misfitting Saya :(

  • 5
    Dojo pro #2

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 2nd 2021

    Really nice quality and extremely sharp at a ridiculously low price... This is why i purchased 2 of Dojo pro 1,2, and 3...

  • 4
    Dojo pro Tanto #2

    Posted by Alex De la fuente on Nov 8th 2020

    The Ronin Katana Tanto is worth the price for $65. The design is simple and elegant, the steel is adequate quality and will last a lifetime with proper care. Only complaint is that the scabbard does not fit snugly, it is too loose, it falls easily to the floor when held upside down. This may vary from product to product, overall I highly recommend Ronin Katana products.

  • 4
    Looks pretty good

    Posted by Clarence on Jul 9th 2020

    Its my first knife, it looks pretty solid. The handguard tilts a little forward and back, one brass piece for the wrapping is loose and the tip bent striking a watermelon.

  • 5
    Dojo pro 160 steel Tanto #2

    Posted by Robbie Grimes on May 22nd 2020

    I bought the Dojo Pro Tanto #1 and 2 and they are both well made. Nice clean fittings, tight wraps, and both sharp. Both are a little lose in the Saya but for $65 you can’t beat this deal

  • 4
    Tanto 1060 #2 Katana

    Posted by Pedro Sanchez Alvarez on Feb 15th 2020

    The katana is beautiful but I thougt it was made in Japan and would be engraved with some kind of "symbol" or signature of the maker. So I feel a little disappointed that is made in China and not Japan

  • 5
    Great Straight Tanto!

    Posted by sea on Dec 15th 2019

    I liked these ronin tanto's so much I got 2.

  • 4
    Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #2

    Posted by S. Leach on Nov 27th 2019

    First off, let me say that I'am no expert on Japanese swords. The Tanto #2 is a well made knife. No looseness, no rattle in the shealth. Seems to be put together quite well. I purchased this item to go with the previous sword I purchased from Ronin Katana. I'am quite satisfied.

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