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I took these pics around xmas. They're not of the highest quality, I think I had been drinking, but they're ok.
I like this sword, I like it very much. Fantastic cutter!
I woulda liked another 2" on the 11" CSSK Tsuka
Did I tie that right?
PW is an allround lovely sword.
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Can anyone give me an insight as to whether I tied the Sageo ok?
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Woohoo! You'd think I'd be good at knots, being a fisherman an all......you'd be wrong....
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Ordering my Kata training Package on Monday i hope then hopefully i will get the real thing. :???:
The CSSK is so godamn sweet. I'm planning on getting a ppk too, for a more balanced sword as the CSSK is a tad blade heavy.
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The guy who made the Kata DVD we sell loves the CSSK, he says you can feel the blade bend as you cut, you know exactly where you are and it's a bulldoser of a sword, if he were going into battle that's what he'd be taking.
I guess I made the right decision then
! I was cutting with it the other day - such a lovely sword to use. The only dislike I have with using it is the weight, and as I'm not all that experianced with swords yet I take extra care when using it...