Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri
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Since 1943 these Kukris have been made by one government contractor; Windlass Steelcrafts®. The original, official military issue! Hand forged from high carbon steel, each comes with regulation sheath. A must for outdoor activities that require chopping and cutting.
Used with devastating effectiveness by the famous Nepalese Gurkhas in the Siege of Delhi in 1857, in the trenches of WWI France, throughout the New Guinea jungle in WWII, and with distinction in the Falkland Islands. The blade is an impressive 1/4" thick with deep grooves and the traditional religious notch. Takes a good, sharp edge. Scale tang. Traditional, native hardwood handle. Standard metal butt plate. Genuine military issue to Gurkha Regiments in India. The only Kukri on the market that comes with a copy of the 8-page government contract, the ordinance drawing and spec sheet. The Gurkha regimental kukri comes with accessory knives. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
- Overall: 17"
- Blade: 12" long, 1/4" thick
- Wt: 1 lb / 6 oz
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Excellent value,as said in another review order it sharpened and learn to keep it that way.This will be a great field knife.Hope to get a couple of the antique ones for my collection,need to check reviews on those.For the price on this knife though you cant go wrong
Reviewed by HENRY
5/1/2016 2:41:03 PM
Five stars for what it is.. a simply made basic field knife. Ive purchased several from A C, including a ww2-issue stamped with the British broad-arrow mark and "M44". When I got my first years ago, we thought they were a HUGE knife, long and heavy. Fact is compared to other field knives Ive purchased since, these khuks are sorta light weight and certainly not over "long".
All of them have provided excellent service in the field and campsite. At the price, if it is lost, you havent lost a lot of money... These khuks are worth the money, worth even making my own sheaths for a couple of them.
Order it sharpened and learn to keep it sharp. Personally I sharpen the wider belly of the blade with a thinner edge for slashing, and use a wider "V"- more like an ax-edge- on the lower section of the blade.
The advice by Robert S, below, is right on.
Reviewed by Ranald
4/6/2016 12:54:33 AM
This knife meets my expectations. There is a learning curve involved if you buy a kukri. The shealth is a little bit loose but there is a solution to that. I would recommend that you purchase this knife sharpened by Atlanta cutlery. If you want to learn how to sharpen one correctly yourself then do what I did. I bought this because I wanted to learn what owning a kukri is all about. So, that means learning how to take care of it,how to maintain it, and how to sharpen it. It's made out of good steel and its good quality workmanship. I enjoy it very much. Thank you, Atlanta cutlery.
Reviewed by Robert
11/21/2015 8:29:50 AM
Well made addition to knife collection.
Reviewed by Frank
11/20/2015 3:27:27 AM
blade is scratched on both sides near wooden handle.appears to be a very sturdy product.
Reviewed by chris
8/7/2015 12:07:05 PM