Products tagged with 'gurkha kukri'
These Victorian Era kukri's were made by hand for the British Gurkha Regiments as their standard issue sidearm for Officer's.
This kukri is hand forged from high carbon steel with a polished steel blade measuring a staggering 3/8" thick and more than 2-1/2 feet long. Features a specially carved native hardwood handle. Includes a regulation sheath. Comes factory sharp.
Hand-forged from high carbon steel, each of these original and official military-issued Kukris comes with a regulation sheath.
The genuine military issue to Gurkha Regiments in India. The factory sharp blade is an impressive 1/4" thick with deep grooves and the traditional religious notch. Native hardwood handle and metal butt plate. Comes with chakmak & karda accessory knives that fit inside scabbard.
Authentic new Kukri 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.
This Longleaf battle kukri has a straighter spine and longer blade than Bhojpure, and in the skilled hands of the Gurkha it became a frightening weapon indeed. These have all seen service with both the Nepali military and the British Army. All of the blades are marked in Devangari script with the date of manufacture.
These original battle kukri’s were made prior to 1890. Each kukri is hand made; the steel was smelted, forged, shaped and hammered in Nepal by individual Kamis. Approx. 17" long, 2-1/2" wide, 3/8" thick.