A Sword of The Ming Military of the 15th Century AD, The Qi Jia Dao is tied to interactions with Japan and possibly Korean of the same Period. Not a traditional weapon, The Qi Jia Dao was regulated to only several Cavalry Units of The Ming. Unlike traditional Chinese weapons of The Dynasty, The Qi Jia Sao was single-edged. They featured no Hilt with the blade roughly 33-inches in length. The Sabre was also famous for being carried without a sheath.