Officer's Kukri

#400022
$39.95

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Overview


Since 1943 these Kukris have been made by one government contractor - Windlass Steelcrafts. The original, official military issue! Hand forged from high carbon steel, each comes with regulation sheath. A must for outdoor activities that require chopping and cutting.

This powerful chopping knife is issued to Gurkha Officers in India. The contoured handle is genuine buffalo horn. Features brass pommel and bolster and comes with 2 accessory knives.


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Specifications


Products specifications
Overall Length 14"
Blade Length 9-1/2"
Blade Thickness 3/16"
Weight 1 lb

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The real deal.
Authentic knife and well made. Easy to sharpen and heavy.
- Mark, September 24, 2018
well constructed
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.
- Mark, August 26, 2018
Another great 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!
- T, January 24, 2018
For the money I have to say 5 stars.  Although the first thing I want to say is the factory edge is no edge at all.  So know you are taking on a REAL sharpening project with this one.  That aside it is very well put together and took a great edge.  I have a few kukris and I was attracted to the smaller size of this one.  Very happy with this purchase.  
- Max, January 08, 2017
Not sharp
Enough.  Otherwise  5 star.
- Michael, October 15, 2016
A nice, well balanced, and made Kukri. The blade was well sharpened and is very sharp.  The scabbard is made of excellent quality leather as well.

Satisfied with this Kukri in all respects.  

Well Done!
- Joseph, October 22, 2015
Nice quality, sharpened up easily, well worth the money!
- Jerry, September 29, 2015
Excellent and impressive craftsmanship.  Unbelievably well made for the price.
- Tom, August 20, 2015
Damn solid knife, could take a mans head off with ease and certainly comes in handy for foliage. A bit oddly balanced and honestly, the sheath was much too big, allowing the knife to move around a bit, but overall it's a solid blade.
- Eamon, June 08, 2015

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Products specifications
Overall Length 14"
Blade Length 9-1/2"
Blade Thickness 3/16"
Weight 1 lb
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