Nepalize Gurkha
Khukri Knife

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Nepalize Gurkha Khukri  Knife

 

 

Dimensions:   Length – 17″               Lgth of Blade – 12 1/4″               Width at widest part of Blade – 2″

 Weight – 1 lb. 2 oz

The Khukri is possibly the most recognizable and famous fighting knife ever developed. Indigenous to the mountain Kingdom of Nepal, home of the Gurkha who were “absorbed” into the British sphere of influence with the Treaty of Seguli in 1816. These ferocious fighters were infamous for their valor and for using the kukri an amazing “Tool of Death”. It is a forward leaning leaf shaped blade, which provided the user with leveraged striking power. In modern day, the Kukri has become an everyday tool as much as it was a deadly weapon.

Gurkhas are closely associated with the khukuri and have a reputation for military prowess. Former Indian Army Chief of Staff Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw once stated that: “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or he is a Gurkha.

This style is the early Bhojpure Kukri that were typically produced at the turn of the 19th century and after. This style is a somewhat down scaled version of the Victorian Long Leaf kukri. It appears these saw service from the 1880’s through the first quarter of the 20th c

 

Price:  $175.00                           Shipping:  $25.00 

 

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