Samurai Sword Clay Tempered Katana Model #12

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  • Ronin Katana dragon samurai sword model #12
  • Ronin Katana dragon samurai sword model #12
  • Ronin Katana dragon samurai sword model #12
  • Ronin Katana dragon samurai sword model #12
  • Samurai Sword Clay Tempered Katana Model #12
$139.00

Description

Ronin Katana Hand Forged Clay Tempered Samurai Sword With Real Hamon Model #12

Steel: Differentially hardened 1045 katana blade

Saya: Lacquered wood

Weight: 2.2 pounds

POB: 3 1/2- 4 inches

Length in saya: 42 inches

Tsuka: 11 inches with real ray skin and double pins

Blade: 28 inches

Habaki to tip: 27 inches

Ito: Cotton

Sageo: Cotton

Tsuba, fuchi, kashira, & menuki: Zinc alloy

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9 Reviews

  • 5
    Quality

    Posted by Brykell on Jul 28th 2021

    Great quality well packed well made and nicely detailed

  • 5
    SAMURAI SWORD CLAY TEMPERED KATANA MODEL #12

    Posted by Luis c. Velasquez on Mar 31st 2021

    This is actually my 5th purchase from Ronin thus year and to tell you the truth they have yet to let me down. All my swords are different in price and styles, I also took advantage of the scratch and dent sale they run apparently every year and am 100 percent satisfied with ALL my purchases. Will be buying again and i recommend them 5*

  • 5
    Fist katana

    Posted by Roger Osorio on Nov 2nd 2020

    Really good first katana affordable and we'll built for it's price definitely going to get another one in the future.

  • 5
    Very nice katana. Was a little heavier than expected. Sharp and everything was tight and solid. Would buy another katana from Ronin KATANA

    Posted by LEE on Oct 30th 2020

    Very nice katana. Was a little heavier than expected. Sharp and everything was tight and solid. Would buy another katana from Ronin KATANA

  • 3
    Blade was not sharp at all

    Posted by Charlie on Oct 19th 2020

    I will say now that this is my first sword, so I do not know if my expectations are realistic. Arrived and everything seemed alright about it. Just a couple little random marks on the blade that I’m sure is a result of the price point. Very detailed and good looking sword. I decided to try testing it by slicing a piece of paper and it simply would not cut it. It required significant pressure to finally force the blade through the paper, and I would hardly call it a cut as the paper ripped in multiple directions. I ran my finger over the blade with slight pressure and did not get cut, nor did it feel like more pressure would have cut me. I’ve been able to just slice sheets of paper with other knives, switchblades, etc. with no problem at all. If I’m wrong and the sword isn’t supposed to be able to do that, let me know. Otherwise, sharpness was disappointing.

  • 5
    Great blade

    Posted by Chris Scott on Aug 24th 2020

    What you get for the price is amazing. Flat planes on the blade, legit Hamon, and beautiful fittings. Would definitely buy again.

  • 5
    Katana #12

    Posted by Charles Mayo on Jul 13th 2020

    The katana really blew me away fit and finish is awesome and the edge is super sharp can't get over the quality for the price

  • 5
    Perfect 1st real Katana

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 11th 2015

    I was looking for a real Katana that wouldn't cost an arm & a leg, something in the "$300 or less" price range. Considered the Dojo Pro series, but decided on the RK since I didn't care about looks but functionality. First impressions: it looks GOOD, way nicer than I expected for the money I spent. The fittings are tight, nothing rattles, ito wrapped nicely, and the fit on the saya is perfect. The blade is super-sharp, cuts thru paper like butter. I plan to use this on cutting mats only, so I don't think this blade will have a problem with those. Blade looked great, no nicks, dents, etc. and the hamon is nicely done. Shout out the folks at Ronin Katana, especially Chris for answering my questions so quickly. Shipping was super-fast, ordered Sunday evening and the sword arrived on Tuesday afternoon.

  • 5
    best for the money!

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 4th 2015

    For an entry level katana, you cannot match the fit and finish of this sword. It's tight and well constructed. Having a true hamon also adds to the overall quality. I would recommend.

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