Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3

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  •  Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3
  •  Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3
  •  Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3
  •  Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3
  •  Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3
MSRP: $125.00
Now: $69.00
Was: $125.00
— You save $56.00

Description

Dojo Pro 1060 Steel Tanto #3

 

Stats:

Steel - Through Hardened 1060 spring steel

Total Length - 18.2

Blade Length - 11.5

Blade width - 1

Handle Length - 4.5

weight 15.2oz

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20 Reviews

  • 4
    Sturdy and attractive

    Posted by Gabriel on May 10th 2021

    Comes in sharp enough for what it’s designed for, the fitting is good on the handle and blade. My only complaints are that there was a bit of scuffing on the blade right above the habaki (barely visible and doesn’t affect the blade) and the scabbard can come loose quite easily. Something that’s an easy fix though. 9/10 well worth the money. I highly doubt you’ll get anything of this quality for the price anywhere else.

  • 5
    Tanto

    Posted by CJ on Apr 7th 2021

    Got this on sale,and very happy with it. Looks flawless,and honestly much more impressive in person. Got here with my other sword in 3 days,very impressive. Will be seeing me again.

  • 5
    Dojo pro 1060 steel tanto #3

    Posted by Nick f. on Apr 3rd 2021

    Stab good

  • 4
    Fitment

    Posted by Chase on Apr 2nd 2021

    Blade is perfect, handle too. The only reason it is not 5/5 for me is the saya is a loose fit. If I held it by the handle and face the tip of the blade down at the ground without any movement the saya (sheathe) would fall straight down. I have had this problem with one other blade from Ronin (Dojo pro #14, 30 inch) but because every other aspect of the sword is perfect, I overlook it. 100% worth it just thought it should be considered before purchase.

  • 4
    The overall product is very good, but the brass fittings are discolored and take a bit of lite sanding to fix. The Saya finish is nice looking but very brittle, wail unpacking I dropped the empty Saya and it chipped. Please understand that the drop w

    Posted by Ron Lee on Mar 30th 2021

    The swords I purchased from Ronin were of better quality over all but for the sale price of $65.00 I still am happy!

  • 5
    Capable of pure destruction

    Posted by Don Dulla on Mar 29th 2021

    Cut my thumb first time taking it out the scabbard. A+ 10/10 would buy again!

  • 3
    Worth the $60

    Posted by Katana Noob on Mar 6th 2021

    It’s worth the $60. I’ll be posting a review on this tanto on my YouTube channel katana Noob on Thursday March 11th 2021. https://youtube.com/channel/UC7eoYVSIeteWFYPgd5aJHLQ

  • 5
    Dojo pro #3

    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 #3

    Posted by entropy1049 on Feb 2nd 2021

    Based on the sale price, the 1060 blade alone makes this a good value. If you have reasonable expectations for the fittings at this price point you will not be disappointed.

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