In the first guide on katana sword maintenance, customers will find everything they need to know to ensure longevity of their prized weapon.
(PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Valiant Swords is starting a series of comprehensive guides on sword care, maintenance, and sheathing that will provide customers with valuable resources for their sword needs. The first guide released is on katana sword maintenance, with more to come.
In the first guide on katana sword maintenance, customers will find everything they need to know to ensure longevity of their prized weapon. Topics include sword handling, sheathing and unsheathing, and maintenance of the sword and the scabbard. Within each topic, step by step instructions and tips are given that are bound to be enlightening or good reminders at the very least.
Whether for functional use or merely for display, the katana is a unique sword that sure to satisfy. And at Valiant Swords, customers will find a wide selection of these samurai swords which are bound to please. For the practitioners, there is the practical katana. Made with a forged high-carbon steel blade and expertly crafted and differentially hardened by its craftsmen, this Hanwel sword is authentic and stylish, with great durability perfect for practicing swordsmanship time and time again.
For the true enthusiast, there is also the samurai katana, an excellent choice for collectors and displays. This sword dates back to traditional Japanese design. Tempered with a stainless steel blade, this sword boasts of an exquisitely crafted hilt made from imitation ray skin, overlaid with a striking black braid with menuki. This high quality piece is full size with a length of 39.5 inches and a blade of 28.5 inches, accented with an etched simulated hamon. The samurai katana is a true beauty and historically accurate to the swords of the day in Japan.
For more on katana care and technique and to view the different types of these samurai swords, visit http://www.valiantswords.com.