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Hanwei Tori XL Katana SH6007XFF

Hanwei Tori XL Katana SH6007XFF. Elegant, fully functional samurai katana from Hanwei performance series designed for heavy cutting.

Manufacturer - Hanwei
Model # - SH6007XFF
Submitted By - GetaSword (Retailer)
Country - United States
Category - Collectibles : Swords : Samurai

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Condition :   NEW
Type :   Samurai sword
Length :   40 1/2"
Blade Length :   28 1/2"
Blade material :   Folded K120C Powder Steel Blade
Usability :   Fully functional sword


Hanwei Tori XL Katana SH6007XFF

The Tori XL Katana combines truly elegant furniture and a powder-steel forged and folded blade with the functionality of our Performance Series. Designed for maximum cutting power in heavy targets, the Tori Elite features a ”Flying Crane” themed Tsuba and Fuchi/Kashira with Kabuto inspired Menuki. The high quality brown leather Tsuka-ito is wrapped over black Same. The Saya is wrapped at the mouth with black-lacquered rattan and finished in a textured brown.

Heavy Competitive Cutting Katana
Designed strictly for competitive cutting, our XL Katana blades incorporate the geometry, strength, weight and profile needed for successful cuts on substantial targets. Featuring differential heat treatment and a narrow edge angle, these wide blades will reward good technique with clean cuts and excellent durability.

Hanwei Tori XL Katana features

Performance XL Blade Geometry
Folded K120C Powder Steel Blade
Built for Martial Artists

Overall: 40 1/2"
Blade Length: 28 1/2"
Handle Length: 11"
Weight: 2lb 11oz
Point of Balance: 5"
Width at Guard: 1.44"
Width at Tip: 1.12"
Thickness at Guard: .24"
Thickness at Tip: .13"
Sori: 3/4"

Elegant, fully funtional katana designed for heavy cutting.


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