Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 10" Blade Service no.1 Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

CH-KH-15

Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 10" Blade Service no.1 Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 10" Blade Service no.1 Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

CH-KH-15

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 15" long with 10" 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 : 15 inches
  • Material : Highly grade carbon steel

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Service no.1 Khukuri is most common and popular khukuri amongst the Gurkha soldiers. The service no.1 kukri is official issued to Gurkhas in UK regiments. This khukuri(Kukri) is provided to all the British Gurkha soldiers during enlistment ad is retainment by them throughout their army career. Inspected regularly by and officer, this khukuri(kukri) is usually used during Parade and Duty. This Service no.1 Khukuri has recruiting years and country's name engraved on the left side of the blade. This engraving on the blade started because in olden days the Gurkha soldiers used to forget their enlistment year due to too many wars. All khukur's have 2 pockets on the back of the scabbard which hold 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 ( Kauda or Kaudi ) in the blade near the hilt of most khukuri serves 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 and enemy blade.

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Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 10" Blade Service no.1 Khukuri or Khukris, Hand forged Nepal.

Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 10" Blade Service no.1 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 15" long with 10" 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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