This style of kukri has been the most popular design at Atlanta Cutlery for years. Full tang with a steel butt plate, the handles are secured by two heavy duty rivets.
Made by the official government contractor, Windlass Steelcrafts, for issue to the Gurkha's Assam Rifles Regiment. Striking with its brass furniture, the lion head pommel singularly stands out and sets this kukri apart from any other design.
More than two and a half feet long, this is the behemoth of kukris! Originally designed to behead a buffalo in a single stroke in a Gurkha ceremony, today it sells as a novelty. Although that hasn't diminished it's popularity!
A replica of the standard kukri issued to Gurkha Officers in India. Slightly smaller than our other kukris, this allows for better movement and availability in confined spaces. A defining characteristic of this knife is its genuine buffalo horn handle.
The only kukri to make the list that isn't Windlass made! The M48 tactical kukri takes the blade design and ramps it up to modern styles. TPR scales give this kukri a solid gripping surface and it comes with a sheath in the same material.