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Kukris & Machetes

Kukris are mid length curved knives used both as a tool and a weapon. They are regimental issue to the famous Gurkha warriors, in whose skilled hands it becomes a frightening weapon. Designed for utilitarian use as well as war, it excels at chopping, cutting and stabbing. Windlass Steelcrafts is proud to be the only official government contractor for the kukri! Also find machetes and chopping knives for camping or just clearing out your own jungle.

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Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

#401164
This antique traditional, hand-made LongLeaf Kukri includes an original Old Scabbard with 2 small knives. Approx. 19 inches long
$189.95

Victorian Era Nepalese Officer’s Kukri

#750076
These Victorian Era kukri's were made by hand for the British Gurkha Regiments as their standard issue sidearm for Officer's.
$149.95

BhojPure Traditional Antique Kukri

#401126
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.
$99.95

Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Reproduction Scabbard, 2 Knives

#403579
This longleaf kukri was made for war. It has a straighter spine and longer blade than bhojpure. It comes with new scabbard made of wood and covered in leather. Includes 2 small kukri knives that mount in the auxillary pouch on the back of the scabbard.
$169.95

United Cutlery Boshin Kukri with Leather Scabbard

#404369
This kukri has a 7Cr13 stainless steel, full tang blade with rubber grip. Leather scabbard included. Overall: 19 1/2 inches
$59.95

United Cutlery Colombian Raptor Sawback Machete with Nylon Sheath

#404370
This machete features a 3Cr13 stainless steel blade, an ABS handle and a lanyard hole. Nylon belt sheath included. Overall: 18 inches
$19.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

Truly amazing knives, the previous reviews say it all.
Reviewed by: Dan, September 17, 2018

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

The kukri I purchased is definitely well used and old as hell but still very usable. I was so happy with it, I bought another one.
Reviewed by: Dan, September 13, 2018

Review of: Officer's Kukri

fine value. well constructed, well fitted and well balanced.
fore the price point, very fine value.
mine needs a bit of sharpening, too become usable. but, as i ordered this fore my grandson, i shall be awaiting.
Reviewed by: Mark, August 26, 2018

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Falcata

I found the Cobra Steel Falcata to be all that I expected it to be. For me it was well balanced very durable and sturdy blade, it just felt good in my hand.
Reviewed by: William, August 16, 2018

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Kindjal

This is a very nice 21st Century version of a classic blade pattern.
Good weight, decent balance, really good steel and a GREAT handle!

On first handling this blade I was stuck by several thoughts the first of which was  " Holy $!*% I better be careful with this thing"

The tip has a very sharp point almost like a rapier and after a few passes with a diamond stone the blade took a razor edge.

My second thought was  " This was nicely done, l really like the handle and this is very good steel."

I will doubtless buy the Lakonia  and then start asking Windlass to make a Gladius and Pugo in Cobra Steel
Reviewed by: Matthew, June 16, 2018

Review of: Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri

This is not a wall hanger! Pay for sharpening. I got one for my son complete with initials. He needed a brush knife for wild boar hunting. Magnificent knife. Buy it!
Reviewed by: Joseph, March 28, 2018

Review of: Officer's Kukri

This is the third kukri I've ordered for myself recently.  I've actually ordered a pair of the Assam Rifles kukris for my wife and myself, and then a pair of this model.  When I'm honing and stropping blades, it's been a whole lot harder to get the razor edge on this model, so I suspect the RC hardness is a little higher on the model, which is awesome, because edge retention!
This model is also a nice size.  When you want a big knife, but not THAT big, this one works well.  The handle is small.  My hands are smallish, and the handle feels like it was made for me.  When I tape measure from the bolster to the tip, it rings in right at 9.5-inches.  So, it's a biggish knife that itsn't annoying to wear around the house or campsite.
Plus, the Windlass kukris are unbelievable for the price.  Quit reading reviews and order one (or two) already!
Reviewed by: T, January 24, 2018

Review of: Assam Rifles Kukri

I wanted a "tank knife" that was nice enough that I would want to use it, but not so nice that I wouldn't want to use it, if you know what I mean.  I have been wearing this alternately with the officer's model around the house since Christmas.  A couple days ago, I used this one to chop some wood in my yard to put in the fire pit, and it will still shave hair.  There are surely more expensive offerings on the market, but this one is really hard to beat, especially for the price.  And, the ACC sharpening service is totally worth it.
Reviewed by: T, January 24, 2018

Review of: Gigantic Ceremonial Kukri

When I got this blade in, I had to put it on a scale.  Out of the scabbard, this beast weighs in at about six and a half pounds!  And, it will hold an edge well enough to take hair off my arm.  Even shopping ceremonial kukris, this is apparently one of the biggest on the market.  I remember seeing this one in the AC catalog twenty or so years ago, and I don't know why I even wanted it then, but now that I've ordered and received it, I'm so glad I finally bought it.
Reviewed by: T, January 24, 2018

Review of: Gigantic Ceremonial Kukri

When I got this blade in, I had to put it on a scale.  Out of the scabbard, this beast weighs in at about six and a half pounds!  And, it will hold an edge well enough to take hair off my arm.  Even shopping ceremonial kukris, this is apparently one of the biggest on the market.  I remember seeing this one in the AC catalog twenty or so years ago, and I don't know why I even wanted it then, but now that I've ordered and received it, I'm so glad I finally bought it.
Reviewed by: T, January 24, 2018