Handforged AKIKO Ninja-To help

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Handforged AKIKO Ninja-To help

Postby Serious666 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:50 pm

Hey everyone,
Im new to the site and new to sword collecting also. I was wondering if you guys being semi experts(Im trying flattery here) would know if the Handforged AKIKO Ninja-To is any good at cutting. It is obviously a very good looking piece and I have ordered one but I would like to know that if I have a stressful day at work I will be able to go home and cut some bottles up

:CHAIN


Any help would be appreciated,
Thanks
Paul
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Re: Handforged AKIKO Ninja-To help

Postby Geordie Ross » Wed Apr 18, 2012 3:51 pm

Yes it wont struggle with bottles, buy a lanskey mini sharpener aswell and a tub of renaissance wax to prevent rust
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Re: Handforged AKIKO Ninja-To help

Postby Serious666 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:36 pm

Cheers mate, much appreciated.

Well guys it came on monday and Im very pleased. Its a great looking piece and looks good on my wall. knowing this is one of the cheaper swords on buk has made me want to save up and get something more expensive cos they must be just amazing. I read somewhere that sword collecting was addictive but I didnt belive it. I thought I could just buy one, hang it up and be content but not now. Cant wait for many more happy purchases

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Re: Handforged AKIKO Ninja-To help

Postby Geordie Ross » Wed May 02, 2012 12:50 pm

Glad to hear it mate, that's one loz the owner commissioned I think, alot of the hand forged ones are, they will be unique and collectors go mad for them.
And yes, collecting is a crave lol
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