To coincide with the Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale our friends at Ryujin have released not one, but two new very cool Tactical swords made from monotempered 1060 carbon steel blades.
The first is the Tactical Broadsword – a responsive, well balanced double edged sword with paracord wrapped handle and embedded risers for an ergonomic and comfortable grip.
The second sword is the Wasp Waisted Gladius, with an attractive leaf blade sprouting from Japanese inspired fittings, complete with a brown rayon itomaki wrapped over black synthetic rayskin and menuki.
Both these swords are the complete package, including a paracord lanyard and wood core, leather wrapped scabbard with wearable belt and suspension system as a free bonus. And the best part, the price on BOTH of these blades is just $149.99 as part of the Black Friday Special Introductory offer.
So if you are looking for a gift that you can be assured your intended recipient does not have without breaking the bank, or just want to snap up on of these beauties before they sell out, they are most definitely worth a serious look:
As we head towards Black Friday/Cyber Monday the specials keep on rolling in – and I am delighted to announce that one of Kingston Arms best flagship swords, the XIV, is once again back on special for just $299.99 (our everyday price is $349.99, the MSRP – $499.99)
So if you missed it last time, don’t miss it this time around:
The 8th release of the Doomsday Series swords designed by Jason Woodard and made by Chris Palmer in the USA is here. Introducing: the Sumerian
Based on ancient Mesopotamian mythology, Jason designed a very attractive leaf shaped shortsword as a fitting tribute:
An order was placed for the laser cut, certified 1095 carbon steel sword blank that would serve as the template for this piece:
From there, Chris shapes the handle and drills several holes that will be pegged and epoxied in place and grinds the rough edge of the blade to shape:
The blade is heated to approximately 1500 degrees, until it becomes non magnetic and then quenched in brine (salt water). The 2nd step is Heat Tempering, which consists of heating the steel to 500 degrees for 2 hours, and letting it air cool.
The tempered and heat treated blade is then fused to the Walnut wood handle with a series of 11 pins and epoxied firmly in place:
The deals just keep getting better, and this is one of the BEST – the acclaimed ultra durable 9260 spring steel blade of the A.P.O.C. Survival Katana.
With effectively a one piece construction, the design leverages the strength of properly heat treated 9260 spring steel to the hilt. Just check out this flex test to see how strong and flexible these blades are (do not attempt flex testing at home, repeated flexing of the blade can cause weakening of the blade, what is shown below is destructive testing).
The MSRP on these swords is a very reasonable $205 – and we normally offer them at a heavy discount at $164.95 – but from now until the end of the month and while stocks last you can get it for a ridiculously low price of just $124.95.
If you haven’t got one of these already, now is definitely the best time to dip your toe in the water and snap one up when they are being sold at such a low price we are almost giving them away..