Bud K BK2056 Red Guardian Fantasy Sword & Sheath (24-Inch)
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- Sleek and tactical fantasy sword that has a bite
- Stainless steel with heat-treated black baked finish
- Fantasy cut outs, teeth like serrations; piercing point
- Red simulated leather wrapped handle
- Nylon blade sheath included
- Overall length: 24"
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Sleek, dangerous, tactical! This 24" fantasy sword is one solid piece of cold hard, stainless steel with a heat-treated black baked finish. The blade features fantasy cut outs, teeth like serrations, and a piercing point, and slides smoothly into the included nylon blade sheath. The red simulated leather wrapped handle adds a sure grip for easy maneuverability. If there is a sword that screams to be picked up, this one is it!
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The look of the sword is wonderful as it gives that fantasy style appeal and it could even make a great collector sword. The handle is wrapped okay, the material could be better (I would prefer cloth of some sort). The sheath is what you expect from a cheap sword, but it holsters the sword perfectly.
Ultimately the sword is a great product and for the price I would certainly recommend anyone to get this.
(the color is called "Acu Digital")
So anyway, the sword is nice, especially for knife and sword collectors.
But that cheap handle HAD to go, lol
make sure you double wrap it like I said, and nice & tight :-)
be safe, & dont hurt any living things.
The second concern was the level of sharpness on the blade. Yes, the blade is pretty good, but it's almost as if a kid was playing around with a sharpener, with the victim being the sword.
Before, I called it my butter knife. But once I sharpened it, I called it a worthy weapon. I use it on my 2 liters, milk jugs, fruits, and boxes. But I had to sharpen it first.
If I had to give a few tips, I would say to buy a different wrapping for the handle and sharpen the blade. Overall it's durable. I've flung it at a few trees and its never broke and it's a great weapon.