Cold Steel Katana, Ray Skin Handle, Wood Scabbard

08/30/2013 - Comment

The Warrior Series swords are very handsome in their own right and share the same steel, heat treatment, and sharpness as their more expensive Emperor counterparts. Like the Emperor swords, they have Samé covered, cord wrapped handles and quality fittings. If you’re in the market for a strong, good looking, reasonably priced Japanese sword we

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The Warrior Series swords are very handsome in their own right and share the same steel, heat treatment, and sharpness as their more expensive Emperor counterparts. Like the Emperor swords, they have Samé covered, cord wrapped handles and quality fittings. If you’re in the market for a strong, good looking, reasonably priced Japanese sword we know you’ll be happy to own one of these.

The intricate, Japanese warrior-inspired detail work is impressive. Creative cutlery company Cold Steel’s ever-popular Warrior Series swords are delicately-designed, durably-crafted blades with the same steel, heat treatment, and remarkably keened blades as the company’s more expensive Emperor Series. Like the Emperor swords, they boast SamĂ©-covered, cord-wrapped handles and quality fittings, and additionally come complete with a black lacquered scabbard and soft blue cover bag.

Specifications
29.25-inch 1055 carbon steel blade 0.3125-inch blade thickness 11.25-inch samé (ray skin) black braid cord handle with brass Menuki 40.5-inch overall length 41.4-ounce weight Includes black lacquered wood scabbard

Warranty
All Cold Steel products are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.

About Cold Steel
Cold Steel, Incorporated was founded in 1980, with the goal of making the strongest, sharpest cutlery in the world for knife enthusiasts. Over the last three-plus decades, the company has been at the forefront of many design innovations that have helped innovate the knife industry, including introduction of checked Kraton handles, and the tanto point blade styles which have become industry hallmarks of quality and sophistication.

An ornate, black lacquered wood scabbard is also included.

Product Features

  • Warrior Series swords are delicately-designed, durably-crafted blades with same steel, heat treatment, and sharp blades as company’s more expensive Emperor Series
  • SamĂ©-covered, cord-wrapped handles and quality fittings; comes complete with black lacquered scabbard and soft blue cover bag
  • 29.25-inch 1055 carbon steel blade with 0.3125-inch thickness, 11.25-inch samĂ© (ray skin) black braid cord handle with brass Menuki, 40.5-inch overall length, and 41.4-ounce weight
  • Includes limited manufacturer’s warranty; details included with purchase
  • This item is not for sale in some specific zip codes
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Comments

wahwahpup "eleven" says:

Solid, utilitarian blade The blade fits tightly in the scabbard, no rattle, the fittings appear to be a non-magnetic alloy (blackened brass, perhaps), but everything from the sword collar and hand guard down through the handle is solid, maybe a touch overbuilt as far as thickness, but the fullers, or grooves (which are also well carved/executed), help its balance and make it sing. The handle wrapping is done in the proper alternating pattern, something all to rare in budget katana-style swords; the scabbard also has…

Ryan says:

The working mans sword It comes fairly sharp with a nice black wood scabbord. Its a little on the heavy side but very durable. After heat treatment rockwell of 65 on 1055 steel. The warrior series is not polished so it is probably not for display. You can watch the torchure test on youtube. If you are like me and can’t spend an fortune on a katana and still want a quality sword that you can use whenever you want and will hold an edge you wont be dissappointed.

Michael J. Reed says:

Decent for the price. I wasn’t expecting much to be honest…basically a decent piece of spring steel that I could rely on in case I’m ever without a gun if SHTF. Mix that with a bit of wanna-be Michonne-ish inner geek and you have an idea of my expectation. Never intend on hanging it on the wall, or worshipping its curves for hours on end…just wanting a tool. I have to say my expectation is mostly met except in one way…the damn thing is dull. Not being an experienced ninja/samauri…or even an amature, I’m…

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