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COMBO SET 19" Chrome Sai + Black Japanese Kami Demon Mask Sai Wall Mount Holder
ASIN번호 B01DCRHIO8
상품상태 New   
상품구분 Sports & Outdoors / Sports & Fitness
브랜드 1000Blades
판매자 Knives Remembered
판매자위치 미확인
현지 판매 가격
$47.95
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상품특징
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.This is a Combo Set comes with Sai & the holder!!The blade of the Sai are stainless steel with a round design. The tip of the Sai is unsharpened. The blades feature a beautiful silver chrome finishThe guard of the Sai consists of the cross section and the two prongs on each side. The prongs are slightly bent out as is traditional, the prongs are rounded and are unsharpened with chrome finishThis is a Poly Resin Wall Mount Sai Holder made as a mask of BishamonThe Sai are inserted into the top of the Kami's head and tips come out through the mouth. The mask is easily mounted with a single steel hanger similar to a picture.
상품설명
Sai- (pronounced sigh) The sai was developed for planting rice or vegetable seeds. It resembles a trident (three-pronged fork or weapon) and has central, rounded or octagonal shaped steel blade approximately 13 inches long. On either side of the blade there are two prongs that are wrist guards. Sais can be used for a number of things such as stabbing, slashing, punching, blocking, and even throwing. It is believed that farmers who used the sai would carry three at a time. One sai for each hand and one was kept in the belt to throw if necessary. Legend states a strap of some sort was occasionally tied to the handle so the farmer could retrieve it. The origins of the Sai are a mystery even today. It is known that the weapon was most popular in Okinawa and probably was originally a farming tool. What is not a mystery is the effectivness of the Sai. The most well known abitlity of the Sai is its defense against edged weapons. The three pronged design catches a blade and a twist of the wrist will break the blade. Additionally the weapon is can be thrown up to 30 ft, punch through armor, pummel an opponent, and be used leathally an non lethally. Typically the Sai was carried in a set of two at the hip and an additional Sai at the back of the belt. Despite popluar belief the Sai was unsharpened and had no edge. Bishamon is the Japanese Kami (or God) of war and evil. He is the patron of the warriors of Japan as well as the punisher of the evil. He is one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, according to Shinto belief. He is also one of the Four Guardian Gods protecting one of the Cardinal points, the North. According to legend he was called upon and came to the Prince Shotoku in 587 during the anti-Buddhist clans of Japan.












상품특징
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.This is a Combo Set comes with Sai & the holder!!The blade of the Sai are stainless steel with a round design. The tip of the Sai is unsharpened. The blades feature a beautiful silver chrome finishThe guard of the Sai consists of the cross section and the two prongs on each side. The prongs are slightly bent out as is traditional, the prongs are rounded and are unsharpened with chrome finishThis is a Poly Resin Wall Mount Sai Holder made as a mask of BishamonThe Sai are inserted into the top of the Kami's head and tips come out through the mouth. The mask is easily mounted with a single steel hanger similar to a picture.
상품설명
Sai- (pronounced sigh) The sai was developed for planting rice or vegetable seeds. It resembles a trident (three-pronged fork or weapon) and has central, rounded or octagonal shaped steel blade approximately 13 inches long. On either side of the blade there are two prongs that are wrist guards. Sais can be used for a number of things such as stabbing, slashing, punching, blocking, and even throwing. It is believed that farmers who used the sai would carry three at a time. One sai for each hand and one was kept in the belt to throw if necessary. Legend states a strap of some sort was occasionally tied to the handle so the farmer could retrieve it. The origins of the Sai are a mystery even today. It is known that the weapon was most popular in Okinawa and probably was originally a farming tool. What is not a mystery is the effectivness of the Sai. The most well known abitlity of the Sai is its defense against edged weapons. The three pronged design catches a blade and a twist of the wrist will break the blade. Additionally the weapon is can be thrown up to 30 ft, punch through armor, pummel an opponent, and be used leathally an non lethally. Typically the Sai was carried in a set of two at the hip and an additional Sai at the back of the belt. Despite popluar belief the Sai was unsharpened and had no edge. Bishamon is the Japanese Kami (or God) of war and evil. He is the patron of the warriors of Japan as well as the punisher of the evil. He is one of the Seven Gods of Fortune, according to Shinto belief. He is also one of the Four Guardian Gods protecting one of the Cardinal points, the North. According to legend he was called upon and came to the Prince Shotoku in 587 during the anti-Buddhist clans of Japan.








2019-04-11 03:43:39