7S - "Mokko Ko Katana"
Ko Katana - 1060 Fully Sharpened Ko Katana
Through Hardened Carbon Monosteel.
Length (+ Saya)
Hardened, Hand Heat Forged, Oil Quenched
Length, 0.3" Width, 1.25" Height
Finished Alloy Mokko Bamboo tsuba set (Aftermarket)
X Wood (Double Pinned)
Ray Skin Panel Wrap
Black Glossy Lacquered Medium Hardwood
Video of Mokko and steel folding chair. (11/21/05)
is a quality control/destruction/torture test to show that
the cutting edge of our blade is made right/properly heat
treated. (Do NOT ever do this to a katana unless you intend
to destroy it for testing purposes).
on the Mokko is through hardened to optimize the quality of
the 1060 carbon steel. This is not to show the katana being
able to go through the chair... but that the tip can withstand
the force without bending, rolling the tip, or chipping the
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This is a custom,
extended grip wakizishi made to match the original Mokko Katana
in steel and appearance. This sword was originally made at the request
of a dojo. This is a specialized two handed cutter and is surprisingly
easy to use relative to a standard wakizashi... whether it be used
as a one handed or two handed blade.
Like the Mokko,
this sword uses the high carbon 1060 carbon steel. It is through
hardened and makes a very durable cutting sword, especially at its
is simple and straightforward. Matching the appearance of all our
other katana. The current batch (final batch) of this ko katana
uses a glossy alloy fitting set matching the old original Mokko
the blade from the habaki forward is the same as our standard wakizashi.
Everything from the habaki back is the same as our standard katana.
A very unique
sword not available elsewhere.
7S Katana - "Mokko Ko Katana"
- This particular fitting style has been discontinued and is available with a
set which matches the current Mokko Katana mountings..
a through hardened 1060 carbon steel blade, this sword matches our "Mokko"
katana in almost every
way except in blade and handle length. This blade is created in response to our
surprisingly popular ko-katana (chisa katana) lines where the katana length tsuka
(grip) is matched up with the wakizashi length blade.