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Seagal Helmet Breaker, also known as Kabutowari, is recreated from an original from the collection of Steven Seagal. This unusual weapon was a samurai sidearm purpose-built for parrying an opponent's weapon or even using the hook to entrap it. The weapon is very thick-spined and heavily built and able to deflect and absorb many heavy blows from larger weapons. Piercing point blade. Brown and black laminated wood handle. Black finish steel guard. Matching scabbard with black cord wrap trim. Boxed.
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The Art of Japanese Style Sword Making
The forging of a Japanese sword is a subtle and careful process, an art that has developed over the centuries as much in response to stylistic and aesthetic considerations as to technical improvements.
Each blade typically took many days or weeks, and was considered a sacred art, traditionally accompanied by a large panoply of Shinto religious rituals. As with many complex endeavors, rather than a single craftsman, several artists were involved. There was a smith to forge the rough shape, often a second smith (apprentice) to fold the metal, a specialist polisher, and even a specialist for the edge itself. Often, there were sheath, hilt, and tsuba specialists as well.
Blades were often forged with different profiles, different blade thicknesses, and varying amounts of grind. Wakizashi and tant were not simply a scaled-down katana; they were often forged without ridge (hira-zukuri) or other such forms which were found on the katana.
Today, swords are still being made by modern artisans; some pursue the traditional methods while others apply modern tools, techniques and materials to the craft. A great number of commercially available swords are being made in China with modern tools and materials employing traditional methods. Let's remember that steel-making was imported into Japan from China, via Korea. The steel used in the Chinese swords, called "chi-kang" (combined steel), was similar to pattern welding, and edges of it were often forge welded to a back of soft iron, or "jou thieh." In trying to copy the Chinese method, the ancient Japanese smiths paid much attention to the various properties of steel, and worked to combine them to produce an internal macro-structure that would provide a similar combination of hardness and toughness.
About Cold Steel Inc.
Cold Steel, Incorporated was founded in 1980, a company dedicated to making the strongest, sharpest, knives, swords, tomahawks, machetes, cutlery, tools in the world. Over the last three decades, Cold Steel has been at the forefront of the many innovations that have helped to define the knife industry as a whole. Cold Steel builds innovative, legendary knives known for their strength and sharpness. Progressive accomplishment, including the introduction of the checked Kraton handles, and the tanto point blade styles have gone from curiously interesting features to industry-wide hallmarks of quality and sophistication. New ground was also broken with the introduction of unique new blade steels like San Mai III and Tri-Ad Lock locking mechanism for folding knives. Choose between hundreds of discounted Cold Steel knives and swords. At RDMS Store, our inventory is packed with these great blades.
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