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Black Light-Weight Plastic 30.5 in. by 4.25 in Martial Arts Weapons Sword Ninja Martial Arts Weapons Sword Ninja Full Tang
Black Light-Weight Plastic 30.5 in. by 4.25 in Martial Arts Weapons Sword Ninja Martial Arts Weapons Sword Ninja Full Tang
Martial Arts Ninja Polypropylene Ninjato Sword Ninja Warrior Tanto Knife Spike Caltrops Dagger Martial Arts Weapons Wooden Bokken Sword Ninja Ninjutsu stealth Shinobi Warrior
Perfect weight and balance for martial arts training. High quality black polypropylene blade that is hard to dent. Includes polypropylene guard. 33.5 inches overall. Ninja Warrior Tanto Knife Set with Spike, Push Dagger, and Caltrops. Martial Arts Weapons Bokken Ninja Wood Sword
Martial Arts Weapons Sword Ninja Dragon Martial Arts Weapons Sword Sharp Ninja
Martial Arts Weapons Sword Ninja Dragon Martial Arts Weapons Sword Sharp Ninja
   
 
Martial Arts Supplies Ninja Swords Ninjutsu The Ninja sword, Nin-to or Ninjato is a straight-bladed sword very similar in respect to the Samurai Katana sword. Ninja swords were usually inferior to the Samurai swords as the Ninja sword was made with lower grade steel and knowledge as the Ninja were not a recognized social class in Japan and had little money to hire a skilled smith. Ninja swords were used differently than the Samurai Katana and were made more as a tool than a weapon of art. Ninja swords were made shorter than the katana but had many more uses. The scabbard for on the Ninja sword was made about 3 or 4 inches longer than the sword. At the end of the scabbard there was a hidden compartment that was used to hide small weapons such as spikes, daggers or small amounts of poisons. Another use the sword had was that it could act as a small step by jamming the blade into the ground, the ninja could use the hand-guard as a step to get that extra height needed to scale a wall. Because the blade was not very sharp, the ninja could also use it as a hammer by holding onto the blade carefully and hitting with the handle. Also it was common thing with ninja swords to have the tip of the scabbard come off so it could be used as a snorkel.