Cyber Samurai Electro Naginata Set 3d printed

Cyber Samurai Electro Naginata Set

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Does the call of Bushido cry out to your squad? Check out our Cyber Samurai Naginata Set. Naginata is a Japanese bladed weapon with a long shaft . The weapon looks like a pole and is often mistaken with one. The word "naginata" means "mowing down sword" or "reaping sword". The blade's shape looks like 'leaf' being more curved to the point. The naginata's blade is attached to a long shaft. The shaft itself is very long. This pack comes with both gripped  and separate naginata weapons. There are 4 separate weapons, as well as  four left and four right handed gripped swords . Each hand comes with both straight and angled grips. This gives you a total of 12 swords for your army. 

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