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This Full Blade Lethal Gurkha Khukuri has usage in both warfare and interior decorating. This Khukuri possesses a robust handle that makes it ideal for the heavy-duty task- from striking and defensive to a utility tool.
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The Gurkha armies would carry the Full Blade Lethal Gurkha Khukuri to fight their enemies on the battlefront. Derived from its Nepali name; “Panawal” translating to its tang type, this khukuri has a full-fledged blade and a tang.
Its blade has a high standard sharpness with a lifetime warranty. It is unpolished but has a smooth finishing to present a burnished touch. The handle is not polished and glassy, made from dark brown Gurans(Rhododendron) wood. The Khukuri comes with a sheath composed of black-colored and firm Yak leather. It also has the appearance of a shoelace with a vertical carriage.
This Full Blade Lethal Gurkha Khukuri has usage in both warfare and interior decorating. This Khukuri possesses a robust handle that makes it ideal for the heavy-duty task- from striking and defensive to a utility tool. It has exceptional use in meat chopping, defending and in military.
Overall Lengths : 15 inch
Overall Lengths with cover : 16 inch
Blade : 2.2 inch approx.
Finishing : Traditionally Unpolished but Shining Finishing
Scabbard (Cover) : crafted with black pulish hard yak leather and shoelaces pocket with Vertical Carrige Forg.
Actual Weight : 800g
Overall Weight with cover : 1000g
Blade Length : 10 inches
Blade Sharpness : Highly standard lifetime warranty (Standard sharp)
Overall Length : 16 inches
Material Used : Highly Graded Carbon Steel
Finishing : Traditional Unpolished but Shining Finishing
Handle Finish : Non polished Premium Rosewood.
Scabbard (Cover) : Crafted with smooth black polished hard leather with Vertical Carriage Forge.
Additional : 4.5 inch Karda: 4.2 inch Chakmak
Function : Meat chopping, Defending, Attacking, Military, Combat.
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