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    Swordstore.com

    I've heard that these guys have split from their original dealer. What are your experiences with them?

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    That was some time ago, from what I hear. Myself and my dojomates have used them quite a bit over the last few years, and I have nothing but good things to say about Rick and his customer service, to say nothing of the quality of his goods.

    If you are looking at iaito, I would steer you towards the 2002 and above. They seem to be from a better fabricator than the lower-end 1A and 1001 models. But all-around, they get a very favorable recommendation from myself.

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    They worked great for me in every way. They have my recommendation.
    Steffen W. Gjerding
    Norway
    Kakudokan dojo

    Yup lousy English, sorry…

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    Ah, double post.
    Last edited by Steffen Gjerding; 01-23-2008 at 10:19 PM.
    Steffen W. Gjerding
    Norway
    Kakudokan dojo

    Yup lousy English, sorry…

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    swordstore

    Generally, swordstore.com is where I go for iaito. As Brian says their customer service is top notch. I had one student iaito that developed a problem with the tsuka. I talked with Rick, shipped it to him and it was back in action in the dojo within a little over a week.

    My personal iaito is swordstore.com, and I am looking at getting another.
    If your mind is empty, it is always ready for anything, it is open to everything. - Shunryu Suzuki

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