In the 1300s, Japanese warriors used the nagamaki as an infantry weapon that could cut down a horse as easily as it would its rider. But it’s the 21st century, and it’s passed time we put our stank all over this design.
Thus, the Reaper III. By taking the best parts of a nagamaki and adding a dirty bucketload of Zombie Tools icky magic, we ended up with a blade that’s perfect for two hands. Or five. Or just one really big one. Look, we’re not here to judge your hands. We just know that, whatever the size, at least one of your fists is going to feel some fuck yeah wrapped around the grip of the Reaper III.
Our last Reaper was a beaut, but its time has waned. Now is the time for its bastard offspring. The Reaper III sports a shorter handle and a longer blade than its predecessor, which means your hands stay closer to you and farther away from any undead jerkass that might be trying to interrupt a perfectly good afternoon of day-drinking at the graveyard.
The Reaper III is made from 5160 steel and comes standard with a black Kydex sheath.
• Blade Length: 23.5 in (.59m)
• Handle Length: 24 in (.61m)
• Steel Thickness: .204 in (5.2mm)
• Weight: 4lb 9oz (2.07kg)
• Release Date: June 2018