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    Username Post: Hanwei Jiang?        (Topic#921676)
    DirtyBlackSocks
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    04-08-12 08:56.03 - Post#2459438    



    Wondering if there's a little brother/sister to the Hanwei Jiang blade - the blade made from a single billet of steel with brass fittings and ray skin grips/scabbard.

    Trying to find a good traditional blade for every day use in my backyard, that also has style. Any suggestions?

    I've also looked into the blades offered that Monks carry, that do not have a point on them and are primarily meant for digging and chopping.

    Just trying to get the opinions of everyone who is into swords?

    Thanks.
     


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