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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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Heavy Machete

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

KA-BAR Becker Reinhardt Kukri

#404186
Our founder, the late blade expert Hank Reinhardt, designed what he felt was the perfect kukri after handling hundreds from the government source to Gurkha regiments and we agree. Made in the USA and combined with a super tough Becker Knife & Tool handle. KA-BAR has done this design proud.
$149.95

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

Combat Commander Gladiator Machete

#403980
Inspired by the design of the roman gladius, this tactical blade will just feel wicked fast in your hand.
$28.95

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

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

Carnivore Machete

#403882
This Carnivore Machete features extended serrated section for sawing, plain edge section, vine/wire cutter and chisel tip to make it a perfect survival blade.
$24.95

WWI Issue Vintage Kukri

#401104
This WWI Issue Vintage Kukri is a later and slightly smaller version of the traditional kukris. This does not come with a scabbard.
$98.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

I selected the "Hand Selected" option.  It is beautiful.  Great patina, and blood on the blade! Nicks and marks of use (not on the cutting edge and just add character).  This thing is beautiful.  Handle is tight, and perfect with no flaws.  Mine came sharp, and slightly dirty.  It is a giant, and a beast.  Wonderful piece.  I ordered a new scabbard separately and it is very nice also came with the 2 knives for sharpening and fire starting (Supposedly).  I am surprised at how nice this is and would definitely order another.  Great bargain and history.
Reviewed by: david, August 18, 2017

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

beautiful knife.

blade is in very good condition, no nicks or flaws. handle has one minor nick in pommel. otherwise perfect and quite useable.

the sheath is elderly, but is in excellent shape, not dry not torn. obvious wear from use, but needing no repairs.

this kukri was advertized as coming with the two small utility knives, but they were not included with the sheathed knife. i contacvted customer service, and they immediately sent me two small knives
Reviewed by: , July 21, 2017

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

Kukri is in excellent original condition.  Scabbard is in great shape for its age. Awesome pieces of history.  
Reviewed by: Wayne, April 23, 2016

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

Great shape and a non hand select!
Reviewed by: william, December 10, 2015

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

I didn't take the "hand select" option because there was no sale price for that. I rolled the dice and paid the 69.00 Black Friday sale price. The Kukri came in a plastic bag and was covered in cosmoline (including the wooden handle). After some diligent scrubbing with fine steel wool and oil (and Murphy's Oil Soap for the handle) I revealed a beautiful and serviceable fighting knife that was over 100 years old and still sharp! I wish you provide a translation of the Devanagari script on the spine.
Reviewed by: Frederick, December 10, 2015

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

Perfect condition except for some notches on the cutting edge, but I love that about it, that just shows its history. Wood handle was in excellent condition. No rust whatsoever.
Reviewed by: Donald, December 19, 2014

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

This is an awesome Khukuri handmade from Nepal. Completely authentic. Plausibly of WWI to WWII period.
I requested this item to be hand selected. It came in incredibly good condition. It did required a bit of cleaning, that was expected, however in a short amount of time it's beauty shined forth.
With some reconditioning and sharpening the edge, this baby is reading and very capable to be used in the field or to be put on display.
I most definitely will purchase more of these fantastic Khukuri in the future.
Reviewed by: Timothy, November 04, 2014

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

Wow!!  Paid for the hand select.  Item arrived well packaged.  I took out the kukri from the plastic that it was shipped in and the blade appeared to be entirely covered in an old cosmoline type protective (which is a good thing).  I soaked it in mineral spirits (for about one hour) and the blade had absolutely no rust on it!!  There was some discoloration and a small pit, but wow what a nice antique kukri.  Like many reviews on the internet have stated about these longleaf kukris, there was a crack in the handle.  But the handle is tight, and it's an antique- hey it's not supposed to be perfect!!  All in all a very impressive longleaf antique kukri in great condition (in better condition then the BhojPure kukri that I ordered -that was in relatively good condition).  Once again, thank you Atlanta Cutlery for a beautiful item!!
Reviewed by: Dan, June 19, 2013

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

It is a crude design but still completly useable and in great condition.
Reviewed by: Mckinley, July 27, 2012

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

Reviewed by: manny, August 28, 2010