Katana Samurai Sword Survival During Apocalypse Expert Guide Launched

A new expert guide has been launched by Katana Sword Review on the best kind of katana sword to buy, including which blades are best, to survive an apocalypse or post-apocalyptic situation.

Chicago, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Katana Sword Reviews has launched an expert guide based on what to look for in a katana sword for survival during an apocalypse. The guide is designed to provide advice on what to do in a situation where the world and society falls into disarray.

Read the guide at https://katanaswordreviews.com/best-katana-for-an-apocalypse

The newly launched guide argues that in any post-apocalyptic society a breaking point comes where survival instincts take over. Once this happens, the guide explains, each person will be focused on their own and their family’s survival.

Guns may be a natural weapon of choice; however, the guide points out that guns are liable to run out of ammunition or may get jammed. A katana sword is the ideal survival weapon for protection, particularly if it has a clay tempered tamahagane blade. The guide suggests this blade offers a good mix of durability and power, offering an edge over other swords.

Tamahagane means precious steel and is created from an iron sand composition. It has a high carbon content and uses the traditional method implemented by the Japanese to forge katanas many years ago.

The process is controlled and begins with the highest quality iron sand and carbon, followed by strict forging techniques and standards. Although the process might seem intense and time consuming, the result is a blade of unmatched durability.

Owning a sword with a strong blade is advantageous in a survival situation as it will not break or get damaged if it is used on hard targets such as walls or metal objects. It will also be strong enough to cut down trees for firewood. In addition, a quality blade is less likely to go rusty in the rain or bad weather.

A company spokesperson said: “We hope the day never comes, but at some point, an economic collapse, pandemic, or apocalypse is likely to happen. In this situation, the best katana for an apocalypse to use for cutting virtually anything in its path is a tamahagane blade.”

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Nate Owen
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Organization: Katana Sword Reviews
Address: 200 E Randolph St, Chicago, Illinois 60601, United States
Website: https://katanaswordreviews.com/best-katana-for-an-apocalypse/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88966557

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