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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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Heavy Machete

#403498
Heavy model machete for maximum cutting and chopping power.
$19.95

US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

#403245
Reproduction WWI & WWII US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard is made with high carbon sharpened steel blade which is full tang. Features dark wood grips. Includes a No 1 style scabbard.
$99.95

Rajah II Kukri Pocket Folder

#403159
Kukri style pocket folder has a broad, downward curved aus 8A stainless blade, and long, fiberglass reinforced plastic handle. Overall 14 inches.
$106.95

Gigantic Ceremonial Kukri

#500448
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.
$129.95

Windlass Cobra Steel Kindjal

#402578
All purpose tactical knife from Windlass Cobra features a hand-forged, X46Cr13 high grade stainless steel blade. Includes a riveted leather belt sheath. Comes with a factory edge.
$59.95

Windlass Cobra Steel Falcata

#402532
This Cobra Steel Falcata survival knife features a hand-forged and fully tempered, X46Cr13 high grade stainless steel blade.
$59.95

Officer's Kukri

#400022
Deal of the Day
Hand-forged from high carbon steel, each of these original and official military issued Kukris comes with a regulation sheath.
$64.95

Kukri Machete

#401684
This Kukri Machete combines the efficient cutting power of the Gurkha Kukri with the heft of a machete. Sturdy Cordura sheath included. Overall 18 inches.
$19.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Boshin Kukri with Leather Scabbard

This is a great chopper. It is the only United Cutlery Boshin blade that really came razor sharp. i have 4 different others, I like the handle design of them. I chopped a lot of brush from the back yard.  edge was perfect and light marks came out with a little oil and rubbing.
Reviewed by: kenneth, May 07, 2020

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

Great quality. Incredibly accurate detail.  I have friend that has an original. When I explained where I got it they couldn't believe it.
Reviewed by: Gary, July 27, 2019

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

I am very happy with my Bolo, it is a very authentic looking and high quality WWI - WWII era piece! The history of the Bolo is significant to me because it incorporates a mix of my Wife's Philippine culture and my U.S. culture! I would expect nothing less than the highest of quality from Windlass Steelcrafts, the official maker of the famous Nepalese Gurkha's legendary Kukuris!
Reviewed by: Joshua, March 26, 2019

Review of: Colombian Raptor Sawback Machete

Okay,  I don't not need this machete.   A total impulse buy,  but I love it!!!   This is one powerful wielding blade,  a very brutal rugged design.   I bought this because I fell in love with the tan plastic grip,  which is extremely comfortable.   This would make an excellent outdoor short machete for cutting brush and a saw blade for cutting branches.   I hope I will find some use for it,  but until then I just admire it!

Sincerely,

Brian
Reviewed by: Brian, November 17, 2018

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

This is as close to an exact replica as I have ever seen!  Even the part of the sheath that would normally NEVER be seen!  I imagine a re-enactor would be pleased to have one of these.
Reviewed by: Herman, August 31, 2017

Review of: WWI Issue Vintage Kukri with Original Scabbard

Very satisfied  
It's in very good condition , I might order next one soon thanks.
Reviewed by: , July 28, 2017

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

Love this knife and scabbard. Seems well made and rugged. Blade does not come "Oops, I cut myself sharp". But can be easily sharpened to that, without a major removal of metal. I would recommend an improvement. The wood grips could use better defined grip grooves. It comes more whittled-like than grooved as the originals did new. Of course over the years these grooves often were hand worn away to less definition. The scabbard comes marked A.K. Co. 1918 R.H.S. . I assume the R.H.S. represents an inspectors initials like Rock Island Arsenal items. Nice touch. Though I am unaware of any A.K. Co making scabbards for these. Of the original 1917 versions (I have seen) they are usually marked Brauer Bros. 1918. Prior to 1917 when Springfield Arsenal made the M1910 and first M1917's, one finds R.I.A. (for Rock Island Arsenal). And the later all metal scabbards marked L.F.C.
Evidently there were improvements done since Jared bought one. There is no welding of blade to tang that I see. And the grips fit well and tight. (no wood putty).
I would recommend this item to someone like myself that re-enacts WW1. Rather than purchasing an expensive original to take to the trenches and battle fields with.
And save the originals (intact) for display collections.
Reviewed by: , May 27, 2017

Review of: Tactical Katana Machete

It was a little bit heavier than I thought it would be, but overall it is just what I wanted!
Reviewed by: Dwayne, February 05, 2017

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

This bolo is absolutely great, I love the Krag-style hanger & if the entire reverse edge was sharp it would remind me of short Gladiolus.  This item is more than worth the price; I highly recomend this one.
Reviewed by: frank, August 04, 2012

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

Jared - Sorry you had problems with your purchase.  We are looking into the issues you mentioned, in the meantime feel free to return the knife for a refund.
Reviewed by: Ally, May 29, 2012