Black Ronin Ninja Sword

Black Ronin Slimline Ninja Machete

If you’re into weapons or you just like the idea of conserving bullets when faced with a Zombie Apocalypse, then you’ll appreciate the Black Ronin Ninja Sword. Like the Ka-Bar Zombie Killer Knives, this blade can make quick work of an enemy when the circumstances arise.

The sword measures 26 7/8 inches long with a 17 1/8 inch tempered 420 stainless steel blade that features a full tang design with a hand-wrapped black nylon cord grip. When you’re not using the blade, you can store it in the fiber-reinforced nylon sheath that features lashing grommets and adjustable nylon shoulder and leg straps.

Black Ronin Slimline Ninja Machete

  • The ultimate ninja weapon for real ultimate power
  • 26 7/8” long with a 17 1/8” full tang
  • Constructed from tempered 420 stainless steel
  • Coated in a non-glare flat black finish
  • Grip is hand-wrapped and tied with black nylon cord
  • Also comes with a fiber-reinforced nylon sheath with lashing grommets and fully adjustable nylon shoulder and leg straps

Get your weapons ready! You can purchase the zombie-stopping Black Ronin Ninja Sword at ThinkGeek.com for $24.99 and on sale (65% off) at Amazon.com for under $14.

If axes are more your thing, check out the M48 Apocalypse Series Axe & Karambit or the M48 Ranger Hawk Axe.

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3 Responses to “Black Ronin Ninja Sword”

  1. Thinkgeek sucks everything on that website you can find cheaper somewhere else I bet the shipping on that blade is like 20$ plus to Canada(where I live) and 5$ on amazon.

    • To say that something “sucks” just because they might not always have the cheapest price isn’t really fair. When ordering products online, you should always consider other factors such as customer service, return policies, packaging methods, delivery methods, etc. Cheaper isn’t always better; but that being said, we always try to include multiple links (in this case Amazon.com) so you can choose from the site and price that fits your needs. On this particular product Amazon has it for under $14 and typical shipping will probably cost around $5-7 dollars, as you mentioned. That’s not bad for a pretty cool looking blade. Shipping is about the same at ThinkGeek and they offer free shipping with your purchase of $75 or more.

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