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The world's three famous swords

The world's three famous swords

zhang 19/12/2018 0
Damascus sword Damascus sword which is made of Wootz steel originated from India in about 8th century AD. Wootz steel was an ultra-high carbon steel with 1-2% carbon and was used to fashion the Damascus blades with a watered steel pattern. Damascus sword is represented by ancient Persia, and Iran's ancient iron weapons are very famous. Wootz steel ...
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How to pack a sword (HanBon Forge)?

How to pack a sword (HanBon Forge)?

zhang 10/12/2018 0
When transporting swords, they must be properly packed to ensure that they will not cause injury to handlers or damage to properties. And they must be well packed according to sword's size and length. Here are several steps show you how to wrap our swords. We sent it through the China Post EMS air freight (USPS in USA), there is an invoice in Engli...
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Japanese fighting actions with a samurai sword

Japanese fighting actions with a samurai sword

zhang 03/12/2018 0
Accurately speaking, the feeling of practicing a sword is important. In fact, amazing actions about practicing a sword from most movies are fake. If you want to master it, firstly use the wood samurai sword to practice. You can also do it gradually.       Want a unique sword? Feel free to contact us: Phone: 086 13739276006 Email: sales@hanbonforge....
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Basic etiquette about Japanese sword

Basic etiquette about Japanese sword

zhang 30/11/2018 1
The following basic etiquette are what you have to pay attention to. 1. How to draw out a katana sword? When drawing out the sword, hold scabbard (saya) close to the scabbard mouth with your left hand from below, and grab the handle from above with your right hand. The blade should be horizontal, the tip of the blade should be far away, and the bla...
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What is Sharpness?

What is Sharpness?

Mr Yao 25/03/2016 1
Sometimes we are asked by out customers, "How sharp is this blade?" When we hear this we are always a little confused as to how to respond. "Sharpness" is not an easy concept to define as there are many factors to consider.  We will now look at some of the issues.     The angle of the cutting edge  Usually, we think of a thin cutting edge like a ra...
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