Musha Gold Warrior Damascus Katana
From the Musha Raiden series comes this intricately hand forged “Gold Warrior” Katana. Featuring a full tang damascus steel blade, this resilient katana is sharp right out of the box.
The detailed tsuba depicts the Canary sneaking up on the mantis. The beautiful gold pattern on the blade gives the katana a distinct and unique look unlike other swords.
Another unique feature of this sword is the integrated Bo-Hi on the blade. Bo-Hi is commonly known as blood grooves, but that is a misconception. The purpose of the Bo-Hi is to help reduce the weight of the katana, which enables the user to wield the katana more smoothly, and puts less stress on the hands— perfect for advance cutting techniques that require the katana to change direction rapidly.
All Musha swords are able to be fully disassembled. The Maru Gata style Tusba, Fuchi, Kashira all can be swapped out for a different set. The real wood handle is wrapped with traditional cotton.
High Carbon Steel
43"L x 4"W x 4"H
— Warranty: Manufacturer's 30 Day
— Razor Sharp
— Metal Fuchi and Kashira
— Maru Gata Style Zinc Tsuba
— Blade Length: 28.5"
— Blade Material: Damascus Steel
— Blade Thickness: 0.282"
— Blade Hardness: 45-52 HRC
— Blade Grind: Convex
— Blade Type: Fixed
— Blade Finish: Polish
— Handle Material: Ray Skin, Cotton
— Handle Length: 11"
— Tang: Full
— Overall Length: 41"
— Weight: 32 oz
The Musha Gold warrior is hand forged full tang, razor-sharp fully functional sword.What type of steel is used? What is the carbon content?
1045 high carbon steel was used for this katana.How well does the sword balance?
It is well balanced with a slight bias towards the tip.Where are your swords made?
These swords are hand forged in China using traditional Japanese methods.Is the pattern and color a sticker that will wear off easily or is it a coating that wears off easily when used?
It is anodized and may be damaged if used excessively.How sharp is it?
It is near razor sharp. Ready to cut right out of the box.Is real Damascus steel used in the swords that are labeled as Damascus steel?
It is not "real" Damascus steel. It is Damascus pattern on the blade. "Real" Damascus steel has not existed since the early 1900s.
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