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  • Japanese Naginata Ninja Sword

Japanese Naginata Ninja Sword

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  • 27 3/4" stainless steel blade
  • Deep double blood goves in blade
  • Solid hardwood handle wrapped in nylon cord
  • 53 1/2" overall length


You will not find this awesome Japanese naginata sword anywhere else. This massive weapon measures 53 1/2” overall. The blade is 27 3/4” long and equipped with deep double blood grooves. The solid hardwood handle is finished with black nylon cord wrapping. This primitive sword is constructed for functional action.

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american male
Jul 14, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Sweet Blade!

I just picked mine up from the post office and it is everything I expected and more! For $35.00, I am going to order 2 more, this is a great deal for the price! If you are considering getting one of these, DO IT while you still can. 5 stars all the way, thanks BudK! Customer service was excellent too! I will order from them again and again.

 

Mike Griffin
Jun 22, 2015
(5 out of 5)

I had the same problem ken this blade just isn't good for a fight if anything its a novelty sword meant to be hung on display

 

Charles
Jul 15, 2014
(4 out of 5)
It's a BEAST

This is a very nice sword. it's powerful, has a nice balance, and is overall very much worth what you pay. My only little complaints are that when you first swing it. the wood tends to squeak and one of the three wrapping on it came undone, but it's really not much of an issue. I looked it over very thoroughly and can assure you it is a very good, full tang weapon. this is NOT a purchase you will regret!

 

Brady
Mar 11, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Nice forged piece!

I bought this as a present for myself. It looks great among my Indonesian wall masks & exotic fish tank. The blade on this is a beast. The nag has a really easy, surprisingly light swing to it, and nice balance. Works great in the battlefield too. Use this to chop the legs off cavalry horses, then take out the rider. You can also leave this at home so your woman can ward off brigands & invaders while you're off at war. Get two; one for you, and one for her. No dowry gift quite says "I love you" like this does. Really ups the ante in your next kendo match too.

 

shinobi
Sep 12, 2013
(4 out of 5)
kinda iffy about this

out of the box it was severely dull, i swung it around a little and got squeeking from the stress on the wood, i really hope this is a full tang peice because it feels like it's not. all in all it will make a very nice addidion to my collection

 

Ron
Aug 06, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Nice

I found this Naginata Sword sturdy and having good balance. This is a nice sword for practicing samurai techniques. This sword has a good but manageable weight which provides realism when practicing swordsmanship.

 

Brandon
Jan 24, 2013
(5 out of 5)
AMAZING!!!

This thing is absolutly awesome im amazed at how light it is for the size. it didnt come very sharp but i fixed that pretty quick. when its sharp the power u get from the long handle is great u can chop or slice threw pretty much anything. ive already sliced threw some saplings,alot of fruit,and some water bottles of various kinds and the edge hasnt even worn on the blade. All together an AMAZING blade.

 

Ken Gibson
Apr 18, 2012
(1 out of 5)

Broke after 10 mins off soft play compared to the things I have done the other blades from this site..... Don't waste ur time .... Blade is bent in an S shape ..... And even after I modified it with steel re-bar and a welder it still was such a cheap quality blade that the force of the first hit caused it to bend

 

MachetT
Feb 27, 2012
(4 out of 5)
full tang or else!!

I have had to re-wrap the handle after I broke all the wooden handle off. Old bicycle inner tubes and about 4 square feet of leather and more inner tube and the original cord wrap work perfectly and provide excellent grip when destroying thick tree limbs and old thorn vines alike. Next to the United full tang katana and black o'dachi, this naginata is my favorite functional piece.

 

Willica357
Feb 06, 2012
(5 out of 5)
this thing is bad(in a good way)

So glad I ordered this, it is awesome, just got it in today. I ordered it on Friday, received it on Monday. It's surprisingly light for its size, not very sharp but that can and will be fixed. I would highly recommend it to any collector.

 

Crushar
Feb 02, 2012
(5 out of 5)
Yep!

Yep, this thing is freaking AWESOME! Buy with confidence cause it looks great on the wall, and even better in your hands.

 

Joshua Latta
Nov 24, 2011
(5 out of 5)
Modding

Tip for anyone planning on modding (gallery to come as soon as i finish it): Take off the handle, using either a saw or a grinder like I did (try not to damage the full tang, you can keep the ring or grind it off depending on preference), using either liquid cement/epoxy/liquid nails use the included sheath to make a new handle. To keep the curve of the sheath as the handle, use a clamp in the middle and use ductape/gorilla tape to secure the entire handle. Then using some kind of rubberized spray, cover the entire handle and allow it to dry (securing the handle and keeping it from warping), then if you like you can wrap the handle with paracord or give it a katan style wrap. Gallery to come soon.

 

Joshua Latta
Nov 15, 2011
(5 out of 5)
Words cannot describe

Words Cannot describe how amazing this blade is in person. Yes the handle isn't the best, but you don't buy a weapon like this for the handle. And $50 for a 28" 1/4" thick Carbon Steel Blade is a STEAL. I'm going to mod my handle and when its ready I'll post a link on a review here to show you how you can do it to. I buy weapons for the blades, this is an amazing blade

 

dan forgit
Nov 14, 2011
(5 out of 5)

this is very very nice! i would expect to pay 70 to 100 dollars for this item. it begs its own unique style, so dont treat it like a sword or a spear. this is somthing i definetly would not want to be on the wrong end of. the only thing i have a problem with is the sheathe, which can fly off if i swing just right. it doesnt matter how tight i make it. but otherwise i have no problems with this. thankyou trueswords!

 

Kyle Smith
Nov 12, 2011
(5 out of 5)

Pretty nice. I can't say it's the best, nor that I'd trust it in battle, but it will go great with my pirate costume, and will look good on my wall. Worth the price for something as cool looking as it is.

 

Alex Doane
Oct 17, 2011
(5 out of 5)
Full Tang Japanese Naginata Ninja Sword

I have to say I am really impressed with this weapon.The measurement of the Naginata I received was a 24 1/2 long blade. And a 28 inch long handle. Making this 52 1/2 In total .I am really pleased with this though.When I got it it was in perfect condition with not a a chip on it. I only have two problems with this but its a bit of a personal thing. The Naginata is duller then a letter opener (But that can be fixed) and my blade is not straight.When I look at it but the handle the blade seems to lean to the left. Overall a really good buy and an amazing weapon for such a low price. I recommend it fully.

 

Danny
Sep 02, 2011
(4 out of 5)
Naginata

The shaft where the blade turns into the tang can get very loose but you can permanently fix that by applying Liquid Nails or some epoxy, clamping it tight and letting it sit for twelve plus hours. The lacing is poor and can be replaced with black athletic tape for a much better grip. The blade itself is quite impressive with how solid it is and lasts through a lot of wear and tear.

 

Garett
Jul 27, 2011
(3 out of 5)
Naginata / Ninja sword

I bought this beast about a year ago, after doing some light cutting tests the handle broke right at the tang of the blade. I have taken the blade and made a basically indestructible handle for it and now because of the heft and look of the blade is now my favorite in my collection.

 

jordan tompkins
May 22, 2011
(5 out of 5)

just a big mean piece of steel :P

 

Edig
May 08, 2011
(3 out of 5)
Naginata

I was disappointed with this sword. It is only half tang, meaning the tang is not ALL the way down, and the blade edge was like a that of a letter-opener when it arrived here. Also that balance is odd but not the worst. I would not recommend this sword.

 

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