4/14/2006 2:56am, #11
hahaha, I like your nameTough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
4/14/2006 3:53am, #12
I'll stick with my subirito.
4/14/2006 5:45am, #13
Sweet. Where you pick that beauty up?
4/14/2006 5:46am, #14Originally Posted by HwangJangLee
Leave the armory....now.
4/14/2006 7:32am, #15
- Join Date
- Sep 2005
- Japanese Jujutsu / aikido
I cut with a Paul Chen Practical Plus (fantasy). Now i got this blade when it was first put out and it cuts beautifully, It has a deed suori so that it cuts like hot knife thorugh butter. I've been trying to get another, but it was discontined and the one that is now called by the same name, is a completelly different sword.
I'm trying to save my money to get a Dragonsfly, from Bugei.
4/14/2006 10:26am, #16
4/14/2006 12:16pm, #17
Can't see it Mantis. Non-cheapo's only.
I used to have a wakazashi that I bought for about $90.
I chopped up all sorts of random stuff with it. I miss it :(:new_all_c
4/14/2006 12:25pm, #18
Originally Posted by Arahoushi
- Join Date
- Jul 2005
Did yours not come with sageo? Pick some up, they are functional if you do Iaido, and if you use it as a display piece, look quite nice when tied up properly.
4/14/2006 2:21pm, #19
The noysuaido "steel iaito" are actually sharp steel blades, not really "iaito" in the sense people normally think of them. They're extremely nice and you can completely custom tailor the fittings and blade length of your sword.
4/14/2006 2:29pm, #20Originally Posted by Neildo