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37 minutes ago, Dave R said:

Texas Matt, please start another separate  thread for your sword, otherwise it gets very confused and useless. and we don't know which sword is being discussed.

Sorry about that. Im new to these. Thank you

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Thanks for the added pics Waren!  Stegel's date is going to be the most accurate.

 

If you don't already know how to take care of your gunto, this site has instructions in the FAQs, or you can find several pages on the web.  Don't try to sand the rust off the blade.  It will never be the same.  Get a Japanese sword cleaning kit with uchiko ball.  I've tried pure alcohol.  It will add to the shine but it won't remove the black marks.  I haven't found anything that will do that.  Your main goal is to stop the active rust, clean and oil it for future preservation.

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Thank you very much, I am very pleased with the answers and advice, there is a set for cleaning the sword, I use it, I smeared the blade with a thin layer of Japanese clove oil, tell me, the corrosion of the aluminum will grow
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I actually wipe down my handles with the oil also. As long as you keep it from moisture and high humidity, it should not get any worse.

 

Be sure to wipe down both blade and handle with a dry cloth after oiling, you don’t want to leave sick oil. The idea is just to coat the metal with a thin layer of oil.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Hello, я думаю, что кошираэ этого меча была сделана Суйей, но кто сделал сам клинок? Кокура арсенал? Спасибо за ответы

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