Tactical Tanto T10 Clay Tempered Steel Sparkle Black Hardwood Saya
T10 Clay Tempered Steel Tactical Tanto with Double Bohi. the blade is full tang, featuring Sparkle Black Hardwood Saya.
Sword Type: Tanto
Steel Type: T10 Clay Tempered Steel
Blade Length: 32 Centimeters
Handle Length: 20 Centimeters
Blade Width: 3.1 Centimeters
Tang: Full Tang
Sharpness: Fully Sharpened
Blood Groove: Double Bohi (Blood Groove)
Tsuba (Handguard): N/A
Fuchi (Hilt Collar): N/A
Kashira (Pommel): N/A
Menuki (Handle Ornaments): N/A
Saya (Scabbard): Sparkle Black Hardwood Saya
Ito (Wrap): N/A
Ray Skin (Samegawa): N/A
Sword Bag: silk
Sword collecting is undeniably a very enjoyable activity. This is most especially for people who love watching samurai films and the like. If you are someone who has been collecting swords but want to something other than the katana, youve come to the right place.
The tanto is another blade that has been utilized by the samurai. You can also have your own blade by investing in this tanto blade with a sparkle black hardwood saya.
The Tanto Blade
This tanto is a full tang piece. This means its tang extends to the entire length of the tsuka, making it a single solid piece of durable metal. Also, being a full tang gives this tanto a level of rigidity. This makes it a solid piece to fully enjoy. It is also a sharpened piece so it can withstand the challenges and rigors of real training.
T10 is a type of steel which is superior to carbon steel in terms of hardness and durability. It has gained notoriety because of its toughness. Our swords are clay tempered and have a soft spine for better flexibility and a hard edge to retain its sharpness. This is done with the traditional clay-coating tempering method. Clay tempering also makes our swords perfect for extensive tameshigiri.
This tanto weighs only 0.75 kilograms however, it is made lighter because of the bohi. This tanto features a double bohi. It is also called the fuller or blood groove. It is the rounded slot on the blades flat side. Also, the bohi alters the blades balance point to make it swift.
For the blade, it measures 32 centimeters long and 3.1 centimeters wide while its tsuka is 20 centimeters in length. Create Your Custom Samurai Sword
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The Sparkle Blackwood Saya
This tanto is not only just for practice cutting and training, it also exudes beauty through its sparkle blackwood saya. It adds to the artistic value of the knife but it also has its own function and purpose.
This saya is also the scabbard. It works as the sheath to hold this tanto knife. It is designed to safeguard the blade when not in use, especially when being stored for display purposes. Not only that, it also helps you draw the tanto faster which is necessary for cutting or practice sessions. You can also use the included silk sword bag to carry the tanto when heading off for practice.
The Heian Period Tanto
The very first tanto dates all the way back to the Heian period of Japan. This occurred between the years 794 and 1185. The tanto then was primarily used as a weapon. However, its design developed and became more ornamental. Also, this blade was utilized in the practice of the classic Japanese martial arts called Tantojutsu.