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Paul Chen Swords: What You Should Know There are several reasons that Paul Chen swords are in great demand. Fist and probably most importantly is that it�s very hard to find this high level of construction in an oriental sword for such a low price. Most of the Paul Chen swords are forged using a traditional construction method called “differential tempering”. This means that the Ha or the edge of the blade is of a different hardness thank the Mune or back of the blade. So why is that important in a samurai sword?

This is what separates Paul Chen battle ready swords from many swords. In plain English it means that the blade is more flexible than if this method was not used to forge the blade. A good samurai sword must have some flexibility to it or it will break in battle. Differential tempering makes it almost impossible for the Paul Chen swords to break. The second reason why the Paul Chen swords are so popular with most of the swords except a few, the sword parts are authentic. For instance, many of the swords like the Shinto Katana feature premium Japanese cotton for the tsuka-ito. It�s very difficult to find a samurai sword with authentic fittings and parts at such a good price. Another reason you should consider a Paul Chen sword is because of the light weight. Most of the battle ready swords weigh less than 2 lbs.

A light weight sword gives the martial artist the ability to move faster with better precision because he has a sword of superb quality and light weight. Many other swords that are supposed to be comparable to Paul Chen swords weigh in excess of 3 lbs. You might not think that 1lb can be that much of a difference for the artist but it really is. If you are in the market for a battle ready samurai sword a Paul Chen sword should be one of your first considerations. One of the most popular is definitely the Paul Chen Golden Oriole Katana. Weather you want a sword for dojo exercises or just to hang on the wall, you can�t go wrong with a Paul Chen sword, a sword that will last you a lifetime.

Authentic Samurai Swords Buying Guide Take the Thaitsuki Nihonto swords, they�re forged using a 400 year old family method, are you can normally find them for under $1000, however people are realizing more and more that they are very high quality swords, so their prices probably won�t stay low for very long. Here are a few qualities to look for in a quality samurai sword. An authentic samurai sword should be at least a high carbon steel forge blade (like the Thaitsuki swords) or a folded steel blade. A stainless steel blade is not a blade that is forged using traditional construction methods and should only be used for decoration. Many of them look really nice, but they absolutely must not be used for any type of cutting exercise.

If the blade is not made from at high carbon forged steel or folded steel then it�s most likely just stainless steel. When purchasing your authentic samurai sword, make sure that the blade is forged high carbon steel or folded steel. Many companies will tell you that they can sell you a quality authentic samurai sword made from stainless steel. Stainless steel is fine if you�re only going to hang it on the wall but it�s not an authentic samurai sword made using quality forging methods. Take the Paul Chen Shinto Katana. It's a fine sword made from traditional claying methods that make it nearly impossible to break, it's a fine authentic samurai sword.

Japanese Sword: A Great Piece For Any Home A Japanese Sword is a wonderful decoration to add to any room of your home or office. Many people think that a samurai sword might look out of place in their home if their not Japanese or into martial arts. That idea is beginning to change. People who have no Japanese roots and are not necessarily into the martial arts are realizing that a nice Japanese Sword can add beauty to their home.

The Japanese Samurai sword can be a great conversation piece. What do you think of when you think of a samurai warrior. The first thing almost everyone says is "honor". And it's true. The samurai followed a strict code of honor and loyalty to each other and their cause. Japanese Swords are becoming so popular that you can find a very nice sword no matter what your price. You can literally find a nice decoration Japanese Sword for under $100 all the way up to several thousand dollars. Many people are even buying sharpened, battle ready swords just to hang on their wall. Not intending to ever use it but just for the fine quality and craftsmanship.

One of the most popular makers of quality samurai swords right now is Cold Steel. Cold Steel swords offer the collector a chance to get a quality sword at a great price. Most of the Cold Steel swords have all traditional parts and fittings. Many practitioners are looking for a sword that is a bit heavier than say a Paul Chen sword for the sake of cutting power. Cold Steel swords deliver a little more weight for that very purpose. Of course Cold Steel swords also make a beautiful decoration piece to hang on the wall as well as for use in the dojo. If you're in the market for something different and beautifully you can go wrong with a quality Samurai Japanese Sword then check out our store

Sword Display Stand: The Right Stand For Your Sword Most likely you�ll want to display your beautiful sword somewhere in your home or office for all to see. There are several sword display stands to choose from. Some are poorly made and some are of very fine quality.

Many sword display stands are universal, but some are made for certain types of swords, for instance there are many sword stands that are specifically made to display a Japanese katana sword or a specific type of dagger. When buying a sword display stand for your new sword just be sure that you�re buying a stand that is made from solid wood and not one that is cheaply made of some type of particle board or the like. You want a stand made of quality wood that won�t damage your sword in any way.

The two most popular brands of sword display stands are probably Paul Chen and United Cutlery. Both manufacture quality stands at reasonable prices. One other thing to consider when purchasing your sword display stand is to be sure that it fits the size of your sword. You don�t want to but a stand that is to large or to small for your sword. For example, most katana swords are 40” long give or take and inch so you would want to buy a stand that is 18” to 20” wide so that roughly your katana is protruding about 10” out from each side of the stand.

Thaitsuki Nihonto Swords: Leading The Way So why are these swords so popular? There are several reasons but number one is quality. The Thaitsuki swords are handmade by trained craftsman in using a family method over 200 years old. Second, there is no other line of swords in the world that you can find at a price that the Thaitsuki swords sell for with the same quality. Thaitsuki Nihonto swords should be in a price range around $2000 and more.

There are several things about the Thaitsuki Nihonto swords that make them so special. As mentioned above the Thaitsuki swords are hand forged using a very old family method. They have been forging these high quality swords for collectors in Japan and all over the world.

Whether you�re looking for an authentic to hang on the wall or a quality sword to stand up to the rigorous cutting exercises of the dojo you won�t find a better sword than a Thaitsuki sword. The most popular Thaitsuki sword that everyone seems to want is the Thaitsuki Hoso Kumiage The Sivarat family is dedicated to quality and is not willing to do anything to jeporodize the reputation. Thatisuki swords are made using the highest standards and finest authentic fittings. Whether you choose the Musashi Katana with a high quality leather tsuki or the Hoso Katana with a genuine Japanese silk tsuka you can be sure that the quality and durability is second to none in the price range.

Japanese Samurai Swords Buying Guide When it comes to samurai swords, there is quite a bit of terminology for the new collector to understand. But we want to make it easy for anyone to find a good quality samurai sword that will last a lifetime, no matter if you�re looking for one of the very sought after Paul Chen Katana swords for battle or just a quality sword to hang over the mantle.

The first thing to consider for your new samurai sword is the type and quality of the blade. If you�re looking for a you want to be sure and choose a full tang blade, which all of our authentic samurai swords feature as well as all of our battle ready swords. The term “full tang” means that the blade and the part of the sword under the Tsuka (handle) is one long piece of steel. If you get a sword that is not full tang then you�re basically buying it to hang on the wall and nothing more. The next thing to consider when choosing a sword is the type of steel that the blade is made of.

There are basically 3 types of steel, 420 J2 (Stainless steel), High Carbon, and Folded steel. If you are looking for a battle ready sword you�ll want to stay away from the 420 J2 Stainless. High carbon steel is very high quality steel; however folded steel is the strongest. Actually it�s not that the folded steel is a different type of steel, but how the blade is forged. A folded steel blade is typically made from high carbon steel.

The difference is that a folded steel blade is just like it says; the steel is folded over and over again until the smith believes that it is adequate. Some people say that a good high carbon steel blade can be just as strong as a folded steel blade. The smiths for the Thaitsuki Nihonto Swords claim to have mastered a form of forging high carbon steel blades that is just as strong if not stronger than many of the folded steel blades. When choosing a sword samurai sword there are basically 3 different styles to consider, the katana sword, the Wakizashi sword and the Tanto sword.

The Japanese Katana Sword is the most popular among collectors and martial arts students alike. The katana sword was the first and is still the most popular of all samurai swords. The blade is typically 29” long with an overall length around 40” The Wakizashi sword is the shorter companion blade of the katana sword. We first see the Wakizashi sword during the Muromachi period (1568-1603).

The Wakizashi was about 18” long and only allowed to be carried by a samurai. Carrying both the katana and the Wakizashi was popular for the next few hundred years. The smallest samurai sword would be the tanto sword or dagger. Originally tanto swords were 12” in length or less but it�s not out of the ordinary to come across a Tanto that is 15” long. Samurai sword collecting is a very popular past time for many Americans.

Something that is becoming even more popular is martial arts that make use of samurai sword for fighting and cutting exercises. The most popular and affordable authentic samurai swords are the Paul Chen Swords. You can find a decent Paul Chen Practical Katana Sword for under $200. However for less than a hundred more you can get yourself a Paul Chen Practical Plus Katana. If you�re looking for something a little more pricy the Paul Chen Bushido Katana or the Orchid Katana will last a lifetime and can take quite a beating.

The Orchid and Bushido also come in a Wakizashi and Tanto. In conclusion, the most important thing when buying your sword is that you know what kind of blade you're getting. If you want a functional sword be sure that you're not getting one that's only made to hang on the wall. If it's not clearly stated on the page for the sword, don't hesitate to contact the store to ask any questions you might have. Japanese Tanto Swords: Decorative or Battle Ready Here are a few qualities to look for in a quality tanto sword. We suggest battle ready swords over wall hangers. Why, because the quality will always be better on a battle ready tanto sword than one that�s just for show. If a sword is to be used to cutting exercises it absolutely has have a blade that is full tang and have a blade that is made from high carbon steel or Sweedish folded steel.

If the blade is not made from at high carbon forged steel or folded steel then it�s most likely just stainless steel. Stainless steel is just fine for most knives but just won�t cut it (no pun intended) when it comes to a tanto sword that�s going to be used in the dojo. Two very popular brands of tanto swords are Paul Chen and Cold Steel. Cold Steel, although an American company has most of their swords forged in China by trained smiths. Paul Chen blades are very popular in American and all over the world right now. Most of the Paul Chen swords are forged using a technique called differential tempering. It means that the back of the blade is more flexible than the edge of the blade. Katana Swords: Beautify Your Home or Office Many people buy will buy a katana sword for decoration but eventually become fascinated with sword play that they end up signing up for a martial arts class and make use of their sword. Among the 3 sizes of traditional samurai swords the katana has always been the most popular among collectors and martial artists alike. In addition to the katana sword there is also the Wakizashi, or short sword and then the tanto sword, about the size of a large knife. When choosing a katana sword there are a few things to consider when deciding which sword is right for you?

First will this sword be used in for cutting exercises or for display only? Don�t think that if you�re wanting to buy a battle ready sword that it cannot be used for display. As a matter of fact most people who buy a battle ready katana sword never do anything but hang it on their wall. Why would anyone buy a battle ready sword but never really use it? Simple, because collectors want a katana sword that�s high quality and often they like to know that if they ever wanted to use it for cutting exercises they could. So if you find a battle ready katana sword then you�ve also found yourself a sword that will be a nice display.

On the other hand there are many decorative only katana swords that will look very nice in any home or office. The difference is the amount of money that you�ll spend and the quality of construction. If you want a battle ready sword you need to choose one that has a blade that is made from high carbon steel or folded steel. Any sword that has a blade made from stainless steel should only be for display. Stainless steel blades are not made to stand up to the rigors of cutting exercises or combat with other swords.

Some of the best quality battle ready katana swords you can find are forged by Thaitsuki, Paul Chen and Cold steel. Among the growing popular of samurai swords are the Kill Bill Swords. You can now buy a Kill Bill Sword just like the ones in the movie. Although they are not made for cutting exercises they are sharpened and look exactly like the actual movie. The most popular are the Kill Bill Bride's Sword and the Kill Bill Guy's Sword. Ninja Swords: What You Need To Know Before You Purchase You�d almost have to be living on another planet to not realize that swords of any kind are becoming very popular among collectors and even investors. Ninja swords and other styles of Chinese weapons are particularly in demand right now. There are a few key aspects that you should know about before you dish out your money, especially if you plan to buy over the internet.

Unfortunately there are many websites claiming to that certain swords are battle ready or can be used for cutting exercises in the dojo and in many situations that is just not true. Sometimes you might see a website that features a ninja sword and the name of the weapon will be very similar to one of higher quality and will even look exactly like a better well known sword. So the unsuspecting buyer thinks he�s getting this unbelievable that no one else has found on a certain sword. Unfortunately he/she learns the hard way that it�s not what he thought.

If you buy a ninja sword that�s not worthy to be used for anything but hanging on the wall and you take it to the dojo serious injury could result. The main trait of a quality ninja sword that you need to look for is to be sure that the blade is forged high carbon steel and preferably differentially tempered. Differentially tempered means that the back of the blade is not as hard as the edge of the blade.

At first some people think that this is not a positive aspect for a high quality ninja sword. Differentially tempering is necessary so that it gives some flexibility to the sword. Differentially tempering makes the ninja sword virtually unbreakable. Hopefully this article has helped you to know the traits to look for when purchasing your next ninja sword. Japanese Wakizashi Swords: Decorative or Battle Ready Here are a few qualities to look for in a quality wakizashi sword. We suggest battle ready swords over wall hangers. Why, because the quality will always be better on a battle ready wakizashi sword than one that�s just for show.

If a sword is to be used to cutting exercises it absolutely has have a blade that is full tang and have a blade that is made from high carbon steel or Sweedish folded steel. If the blade is not made from at high carbon forged steel or folded steel then it�s most likely just stainless steel. Stainless steel is just fine for most knives but just won�t cut it (no pun intended) when it comes to a wakizashi sword that�s going to be used in the dojo. The two most sought after brands of tanto swords are Paul Chen and Cold Steel. Cold Steel swords,

Cold Steel swords although an American company has most of their swords forged in China by well trained swordsmiths. Paul Chen blades are very popular in America and all over the world right now. Most of the Paul Chen swords are forged using a technique called differential tempering. It means that the back of the blade is more flexible than the edge of the blade. You can�t go wrong with a Paul Chen or a Cold Steel Japanese wakizashi sword. A Japanese sword, or nihontō, is one of the traditional samurai bladed weapons of Japan. These are categorised in several types according to size and method of manufacture. The most commonly known type is the katana sword, which, like the similarly formed tachi sword, is a single-edged sword and, usually, curved long sword which was traditionally used by samurai from the 1400s onwards;[1][2][3] Wakizashi swords are middle length swords; Tsurugi are double-edged long swords; Ōtachi or Nodachi are older but longer single-edged versions. Although they are pole-mounted weapons the Naginata and Yari, due to the methods by which they are forged, these swords are still considered part of the Nihonto family.[4] Japanese swords are still commonly seen; antique and modernly-forged swords can easily be found and purchased here at www.samurai-swords-for-sale.com.

The nihonto samurai sword as we know it today with its deep, graceful curve has its origin in shinogi-zukuri (single-edged blade with ridgeline) tachi swords which were developed sometime around the middle of the Heian period to service the need of the growing military class. Its shape reflects the changing form of warfare in Japan. Cavalry swords were now the predominant fighting unit and the older straight chokutō were particularly unsuitable for fighting from horseback. The curved sword is a far more efficient weapon when wielded by a warrior on horseback where the curve of the blade adds considerably to the downward force of a cutting action of the sword.

The tachi is a sword which is generally larger than a katana, and is worn suspended with the cutting edge down. This was the standard form of carrying the sword for centuries, and would eventually be displaced by the katana style where the blade was worn thrust through the belt, edge up. The tachi was worn slung across the left hip. The signature on the tang (nakago) of the blade was inscribed in such a way that it would always be on the outside of the sword when worn. This characteristic of this sword is important in recognising the development, function and different styles of wearing swords from this time onwards to today's japanese swords.

We have the most complete line of samurai swords and japanese swords and other swords of all types on the internet. Samurai swords from Paul Chen to Cold Steel, Thaitsuki and Imperial Forge as well as many other lines, you will find the samurai sword or other sword that you are looking for at Samurai Swords For Sale. 1-877-704-3600 anytime.

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