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KNF502

WW2 Japanese Kashi-Kan Shin-gunto NCO Sword

The Japanese NCO's and Officers of WW2 carried a sword which where sought after war booty and was a prized possessions by the US Marines.

The Officers and NCO swords where different the NCO's sword or "Kashi-kan shin-gunto" was a pretty much standardised design while the Officers version does vary in style.

This replica type 95 1935 shin-gunto sword for non commissioned officers is made in the traditional m


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£199.99
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The Japanese NCO's and Officers of WW2 carried a sword which where sought after war booty and was a prized possessions by the US Marines.

The Officers and NCO swords where different the NCO's sword or "Kashi-kan shin-gunto" was a pretty much standardised design while the Officers version does vary in style.

This replica type 95 1935 shin-gunto sword for non commissioned officers is made in the traditional methods so it is legal in the UK and is a high quality replica made for the historic portrayals in living history, re-enactment museum's and films.

This NCO sword has all the original features even down to the serial numbers on the blade and scabbard. The WW2 NCO sword had a metal handle which had the cord look grip cast into the handle, the cord look was then painted a brown colour.

Features:

  • Metal handle with brown painted false cord (as the original) which is made in an aged/worn look.
  • Handle is attached by brass screw (as the original).
  • Bottom of handle by the cross guard (fuchi) is stamped with the control and arsenal markings.
  • The cross guard (tsuba) is the early war brass one which is more decorated than the later war versions.
  • Catch fastener on the handle (tsuka) clicks into the scabbard, stops it from moving around but will slide out of the scabbard without pushing in the catch so it can be removed quickly.
  • Blade has serial number stamped into it by the handle.
  • The metal scabbard (saya) is painted olive green and has a single hanging ring.
  • The throat of the scabbard has the serial number stamped into it.
  • Weight of sword and scabbard is 1750 grams.


This is a high quality replica sword which is hand made in the traditional way.

Made by Lantern Armouries, who are a company specialising in highly accurate historic swords and bayonets from throughout history.

Weight: 2001 grams
Service: Army
Type: Dagger/Sword

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