This authentic new kukri is made by the official government contractor, Windlass Steelcrafts®, for issue to the Gurkha's Assam Rifles Regiment. Made to current military specifications, it is hand forged from high carbon steel and comes with a regulation sheath. This kukri has a 13-1/2" long blade that is double fullered. It also features the traditional religious notch symbolic of the trident (3 pronged spear) of Shiva. At a little over 1/4" thick, this is a very powerful chopping blade. The polished, native hardwood handle is reinforced by a brass bolster and a brass pommel with a raised lion's head decoration.
The blade comes with a dull edge which can be sharpened in our workshops for a cost of £10.
Wt: 1 lb/4 oz
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Price QualityDezComes rather sharp also the shape of the blade makes it a good cutter
Price QualitychrisI love this kukri with its scupltured blade with its scallops its carbon content seems really high and well tempered for a kukri.seems well balanced for a kukri.the sheath is vey loose though. but tht can be fixed by inserting and glueing some thin leather .
Price QualityJonoFirst thing to say - this is a good price for this size of Kukri. A Nepalese Kukri would cost at least double this price, and then there is the cost of shipping which runs around £30.00 for DHL or FedEx.
Quality wise I would say this knife is not too bad for the price, but not in the same league as the Nepalese equivalent
Quality PriceKantami Blossomi believed that with Windlass Steelcraft's pedigree i couldn't go wrong when ordering this blade, and i was right this Kukri is excellent a true work of art forged by a company with decades of experience.
it comes with a good quality sheath and if you pay the extra it will also come with a good sharp edge.
Quality PriceCHRISHappy with this purchase, recommended