Ronin Dojo Pro Tanto # 1

Ronin Dojo Pro Tanto # 1

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1060 Carbon Steel Dojo Pro Blade - U-no-kubi zukuri style blade geometry.

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When it comes to Practical, heavy duty Japanese style blades at an affordable price, the Dojo Pro series by Ronin Katana are some of the best blades out there. And this matching Tanto is no exception..

Hand forged from monotempered 1060 carbon steel - this no nonsense Tanto is shaped in the U-no-kubi zukuri style, with a 5.5" handle, 11" blade and a bo-hi fuller to slightly reduce the weight and give it a fast, blade neutral presence when in the hand.

How to Use

Designed for heavy cutting practice and frequent dojo use.
Length: 11" Width: 1" Handle Length: 5.5" Point of Balance: 1" from tsuba Weight: 1lbs

Materials and Construction

Expertly tempered, hand forged and sharpened Monotempered 1060 carbon steel blade. IRON Hamidashi Tsuba. Genuine Silk Ito Wrap, Real Rayskin and Brass Menuki handle ornament. Black Lacquered Wood core Saya.
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Warranty Info

Each sword is guaranteed to be as described and 100% genuine product. Each sword is also covered by in full by the Manufacturers Warranty PLUS our extended LIFETIME Warranty against blade breakage. Click here for detailed warranty information

Return Policy

Satisfaction Guaranteed. We proudly stand behind every product we sell. If you are not pleased with your purchase you can return it to us within 30 days of purchase in original, unused condition for a full refund minus shipping and 10% restock fee. Click here for more info on our guarantees

Featured positive reviews:

average rating 80%
Good entry level tanto for the price 01/15/2022
By alientude
For the $60-$70 range that this tanto normally sells for, it's a very good introduction to the type. Nicely sharpened and put together. Mine did have a crack in the tsuka, but it's possible that came during the disassembly process. Even with that crack, it feels very strong and I had no concerns with using it.

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