Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 11" Blade World War II Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

CH-KH-14

Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 11" Blade World War II Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 11" Blade World War II Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

CH-KH-14

The kukri or khukuri is a knife, originated from Nepal. The knife has an inwardly curved blade, similar to a machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon. Kukris are known as the Gurkha knifes. These beautiful knives are made from highly grade carbon steel and have polished blade. The knife is 16" long with 11" blade. It has two small knives ( Karda and Chakmak), Karda is small knife used for skinning animals and Chakmak is blunt knife ised for sharpening the Khukuri blade.

  • Length : 16 inches
  • Material : Highly grade carbon steel

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"World War II" handmade Gurkha khukuri is a historic knife made for Gurkha regiments worldwide. The khukuri become more famous because of Gurkha, who won various war by using as a weapon of choice when their guns runs out of bullets. The courages and confidence build by users totally support by this blade as its balance is amazing. It is forward leaning leaf shape blade, which provide the user with leveraged striking power. It has a rat tail tang that goes all the way through the horn handle and fixed by a diamond shaped steel keeper. Butt cap is completly discarded. For the scabbard two pine wood is cotton wrapped with buffalo hide. It has 2 pockets on the back of the scabbard which holds a blunt steel called " Chakmak" for sharpening the blade or for striking spark  from flint and a little knife known as "Karda" used for skinning small animals such as rabbits. The notch(Kaura or Kaudi) in the blade near the hilt of this khukuri services as conduit for the blood on the blade to drip out, thus preventing it from soiling the hilt as well as a device for catching and neutralizing an enemy blade.

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Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 11" Blade World War II Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 11" Blade World War II Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

The kukri or khukuri is a knife, originated from Nepal. The knife has an inwardly curved blade, similar to a machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon. Kukris are known as the Gurkha knifes. These beautiful knives are made from highly grade carbon steel and have polished blade. The knife is 16" long with 11" blade. It has two small knives ( Karda and Chakmak), Karda is small knife used for skinning animals and Chakmak is blunt knife ised for sharpening the Khukuri blade.

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