Practical Pro Katana

The Practical Pro Katana is built as an economical cutting sword for heavy targets, with an extended tsuka and a thicker and longer blade. The blades are constructed from hand-forged, high-carbon steel and are differentially hardened using a traditional claying method. The Practical Pro has a fine polish compared to others in the series. The tsuka is wrapped with synthetic black leather for its gripping characteristics and is double-pegged for safety. The saya is done in a deep black lacquer with a black cotton sageo. The katana is stylized with a round Kuruma tsuba, which represents the "Wheel of Dharma," symbolizing the Buddhist concept of the Noble Eighthfold Path.

Stand not included. Click on any photos to the right to see larger version in a new window.

Key Features:
Antiqued Fittings
Hand-Forged High Carbon Steel Blade
Deep Black Lacquered Saya

Specifications:
Blade length: 29 1/2"
Handle length: 15"
Overall length: 45 3/4"
Weight: 3 lbs
Thickness at Guard: .36"

Specs will vary from piece to piece.

Cost: $356.15
Shipping: $20.00 Note: We can no longer ship outside the North American continent. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Tax: California Residents pay additional 7.25%

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