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same katana. cas iberia are the owners of the company (or the company itself), which has its own forge (the hanwei forge)
(at least, i THINK thats how it works)
but basicly, its the exact same sword.
im still interested where the endorsement "workhorse" comes from, though!?
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How well is the pk balanced?
How should a "real" katana be balanced and how much should it weigh?
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depends on the preference of the owner, different people like the sword to behave slightly differently. (H)
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I've heard that because the blade is so sharp it can be somewhat brittle and prone to chipping.would this sword be able to slice through materials such as bamboo,bone and flesh?
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this thread has been dead and buried since 2005 these guys havnt been here since then
its really not worth replying to
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how do you get rid of the rust that has began on the sword already? There are certain stains on the sword which i cannot remove for some reason so how do i resolve the issue?
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Depends how bad and deep the rust is, some photos may help?
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