Musha Bushido Zetsurin Samurai Sword White

  4.6 ( 34 reviews)

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Part #:46 PCSS087WT
  • 27" high-carbon, hand-forged blade
  • Hidden throwing knife concealed in handle
  • Full-tang blade is double pegged to handle
  • Overall length: 40"


This Musha Bushido Zetsurin Samurai Sword is another battle-ready sword from the sword masters at Musha that is priced wayyyy under anything close to this quality. The 27" hand-forged, high-carbon steel blade is full-tang and double bamboo pegged to the hardwood handle. It will slice through grass mats, water bottles and bamboo stalks with ease! The handle is wrapped tightly in nylon and conceals a hidden throwing knife. A matching wooden scabbard is included.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.62 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Nov 23, 2015
(5 out of 5)

Nice sword. I bought mine locally. One of my favorites. Definitely a sharp blade and looks good too. Haven't really done any slicing with it yet though. Need to find some objects I can test the sword with. The knife is kinda flimsy though but not the sword itself. Super tough. Can't beat the price. I want another one but in the more stick style type

Steven Dixon
Jun 05, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Just got this sword today. Mine is a good solid sword. No raddles. I think its a very beautiful design. Love how it fits flush with the sheath. As in the rest of the comments the throwing dagger does fit loosely in the slot but if it was hard to get out what use would a throwing dagger be if you can't use it quickly? The edge came sharp not sharp enough to cut hair but sharp enough to cut what you'd want with it. Diffenitly would suggest this sword to anyone that wants a real non-garbage pigtailed sword.

Josh Veer
Apr 22, 2014
(4 out of 5)

Very Good Quality Sword, Only Complaints, The Little Hidden Knife Is Pretty Flimsy, And I Spent HOURS Rewrapping The Sageo (Sheath Wrapping) Again, I Got It And It Was Just Kinda Haphazardly Thrown On There, So I Finally Rewrapped It Properly.

Dethvady Ecobiza
Apr 05, 2014
(4 out of 5)

Bought this sword and came in a week later, looked great and really sharp but with very close inspections, the scabbard was cracked in 4 places, the slot for the hidden knife was cracked and the hidden knife didnt fit perfectly in the slot but other than that, the sword is sharp and definatley battle ready! Good buy just withs some pros and cons just like any other sword

Dustin Hagler
Nov 13, 2013
(5 out of 5)

Awesome sword... very sharp!!! Great appearance no chips scratches or anything. Definitely found my new sword supplier

Conor Alcala
Oct 27, 2013
(3 out of 5)

I haven't really got my order, yet, but I feel that this site focuses a lot more on knives and novalty items then it does swords. You guys should try to get your hands on newer sword ideas. I'll give my order a review when it comes in.

Dale Harbaugh
Sep 06, 2013
(4 out of 5)

I would consider myself more of an advanced collector. I bought this sword because I liked the style. The idea of a hidden thrower sounded interesting so I had to find out. The handgrip/hilt is ok but decently long. The swords weight is surprisingly light compared to most of my collection. I would say it is relatively sharp not o much razor sharp a advertised however its still sharp enough to cut very well. The Scabbard was in very good shape very minimal to no scratching and amazingly light. The only real downfall with the sword was that the thrower hangs over the guard just a tad. Overall for $54.99 its a nice sword. good for a newer collector or if you like the style I mean its pretty nice. If it was actually razor sharp (could break skin with little to no effort) and if the handgrip had a little better material I would have given it five stars but like I said for $54.99 I cant complain.

Gregory Morris
Oct 18, 2012
(5 out of 5)

Got mine yesterday and it is a beautiful sword.the pic doesn't show how detailed the design on the thrower is.but the best part was cuttin up the box it came in.its very sharp

matthew higgins
Sep 02, 2012
(4 out of 5)

couldn't be more impressed with a $55 shirasaya. blade is excellent quaility and razor sharp. detail is beautiful. my only complaint is the habaki is slightly loose but not enough to notice. the small thrower is a bit loose and doesn't stay seated well but other than that, for a light duty cutter it handles my sub-par tameshigiri with ease! you won't find a better blade for this price... except maybe musashi's rosewood shirasaya

Bradley Young
Jun 05, 2012
(5 out of 5)

I got this sword hours ago, and I have had it strapped to my side all day long. I love the look and the weight, also the blade is well sharpened. The only problem that I found with my sword, was that the knife would not fit in its holder right. It sticks up and it's a bit hard to get out at times. Otherwise a great buy, even with the lack of a guard.

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