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British Gurkha Kukri Hand Forged Khukuri Blade Full tang Decorative Nepal Knife Bowie 15" Genuine khukri (without wooden stand) - B07FB5J527

  • Model: B07FB5J527
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British Gurkha Kukri Hand Forged Khukuri Blade  Full tang Decorative Nepal Knife Bowie 15" Genuine khukri (without wooden stand) - B07FB5J527
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  • These beautiful knives are made from highly grade carbon steel and highly polished blade with engravings and were hand crafted in Nepal.

  • SPECIFICATION: Khukuri Length: 15 inches, Blade Length: 9 inches and Handle Length: 6 inches

  • WEIGHT:- 1.5 LB. The Black color sheath, coins and Nepali flags add decor to kukri's sheath .

  • PURPOSE:- Decorative item, ideal for gifts.

  • Shipping: We use USPS priority mail Service which took 3 to 5 business days to delivered.

  • The Khukuri (alternatively spelled kukri or khukri) is a curved versatile Nepalese knife, similar to the machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon. It is a traditional weapon for Nepalese people, and also a weapon of choice/side arm for all Nepalese including those serving in different armies around the world who are also known as Gurkha soldiers. The cutting edge is inwardly curved in shape and is the icon of Nepal. It was, and in many cases still is, the basic and traditional utility knife of the Nepalese people. About Khukuri What is Kukuri or Khukuri? The Khukuri (alternatively spelled kukri or khukri) is a curved versatile Nepalese knife, similar to the machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon. It is a traditional weapon for Nepalese people, and also a weapon of choice/side arm for all Nepalese including those serving in different armies around the world who are also known as Gurkha soldiers. The cutting edge is inwardly curved in shape and is the icon of Nepal. It was, and in many cases still is, the basic and traditional utility knife of the Nepalese people. Very effective when used as a weapon, it is a symbolic weapon of the Nepalese Army, and of all Gurkha regiments throughout the world, signifying the courage and valor of the bearer in the battlefield. It is a part of the regimental weaponry and heraldry of the Royal Gurkha Rifles, and is used in many traditional rituals among different ethnic groups of Nepal, including one where the groom has to wear it during the wedding ceremony. It is known to many people as simply the "Gurkha blade" or "Gurkha knife". A kukri blade has a hard, tempered edge and a softer spine. This enables it to maintain a sharp edge, yet tolerate impacts. They are also balanced so that they will rest in a vertical position if supported on a fulcrum, such as a finger. The pronunciation "kukri" is of western origin, as the Nepalese people to whom this weapon belongs pronounce it "khukuri."

    British Gurkha Kukri Hand Forged Khukuri Blade Full tang Decorative Nepal Knife Bowie 15" Genuine khukri (without wooden stand) - B07FB5J527


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