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Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife


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Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife

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    Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife


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This new collector's item is the king of edged weapons!! This knife is the national symbol and constant companion of the great Gurkha Warriors who fought many mighty battles with this weapon leading the way. The cut out of this knife is an example of the religious symbol of the Gurkha Goddess of Might.

  • 12" carved steel blade
  • Blade measures 1/4" thick
  • Rust-proof handle constructed of traditional hardwood
  • Includes two accessory fixed blade knives measuring 4" overall
  • Includes high-quality leather sheath

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Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife Stars4.24 out of 5 based on 109 ratings. 109 user reviews.


Reviewed by Hayden from Ohio on 26-May-2015THE ACCESSORY KNIVES AREN'T JUST THROWN IN
Rating5 star5
People how many times does it have to be said: THE TWO LITTLE KNIVES ARE THERE FOR A REASON straight from wikipedia: "The kukri typically comes in either a decorated wooden scabbard or one which is wrapped in leather. Traditionally, the scabbard also holds two smaller blades: an unsharpened chakmak to burnish the blade, and another accessory blade called a karda." THE KARDA IS JUST A SMALL SIDE KNIFE AND THE DULL CHAKMAK IS USED TO SHARPEN THE OTHER TWO DO PEOPLE NOT READ REVIEWS ANYMORE? either way 10/10 blade would cut through small trees againWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Gordon from Central Oregon on 05-Apr-2015A very sturdy knife
Rating5 star5
As other reviewers have said, it arrives very dull. I don't see this as a negative, because some people may purchase it as a display knife. In any case, it sharpened up very quickly and now has a good edge. The sheath is a very tight fit, and is difficult to seat the knife all the way. But I expect it will loosen up with use. The belt loop is attached too low to carry the knife straight. I see another reviewer corrected this by wrapping it to the sheath with para cord. I may add a leather strap. The two accessory blades are very crude and will require a little work with a file. But I enjoy tinkering with projects like this. The blade is very thick and heavy, and a very good bargain for the price.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Tim from New Hampshire on 01-Apr-2015Project knife
Rating5 star5
I bought this a project knife to practice acid etching on the wide carbon steel blade. It came out beautifully and now have incredibly sturdy works of art.
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by ben suiter from indiana on 14-Mar-2015junk
Rating1 star1
no edge on any of the three knifes. the little ones don't even have a shape they are just rough pieces of unground steel
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by Patrick from Florida on 04-Mar-2015So good, I bought two!
Rating5 star5
The Kukri dates back to the 4th Century BC Greeks. Some Kukri's were found in warrior's tombs. Warriors of many nations have made and used a Kukri, in much of Asia for more than 2400 years! Comes dull, so you can put the edge you desire on them! One Kukri now bevel ground, the other Kukri has an Axe ground edge! I sharpened the Karda, and use the dull Chakmak steel for maintaining all knife blades, & with my fire starter, for it is a steel! Wrapped the belt loop to sheath with black paracord 550, so it hangs straight, and carry both on the heavy leather belt from a local Wally World. A note about the sheaths, which are hand fitted to the blades, and I found that my 2 fit better when swapped, and the goatskin leather gets shoe polish, and buffed, regularly. These are thick bladed, 12+ inch blade, Kukri, with the Cho! For the price, they exceed all my expectations, in heavy use, in Florida's swamp jungles!
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Mitch from Chatsworth, CA on 31-Jan-2015Dull but good
Rating3 star3
The knife came very dull and the two smaller knives were a joke, they looked as if 5 year old crudely cut them out of sheet steel. After several hours of sharpening, it is a great knife for the price and feels awesome in the hand.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by Stephen from Kentucky on 20-Jan-2015Genuine Gurkha Kukri
Rating4 star4
Large and needs sharpened but feels good in hand.Small blades are in poor shape but with a little work will be good for what they were made for.Always wanted a Kukri and this looks like a good oneWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by G from mississippi on 19-Jan-2015the rest of the story
Rating5 star5
the kukri is delivered dull traditionally, the two knives are the karda (a small utility knife) for cutting small things, like you would with a pocket knife (think about it you would not use a katana to trim your nails) the second small knife is the schamack (supposed to be dull) it if used to sharpen the other blades. Good steel sharpens steel. think about the time and love that is pst into sharpening the kukri by rubbing steel on steel. these. things are done by tradition. At a festival for a village in Nepal (home of the Ghurka) i saw the towns headman, cut a rams head off with one swing. so don't. throw the little knives away sharpen the karda and kukri with the shamack, you will step bak in time and see the love and commitment. it truly takes you back in time,and teaches what an. Honorit is to own and use apiece of history.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by GhostFlower from Mims, Florida on 18-Nov-2014dull, but worth it
Rating3 star3
Knife comes VERY dull. The two small blades are worthless. the sheath is dyed black & bleeds color. Good project base-Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by steven kage from Kentucky on 17-Nov-2014extreme crude
Rating1 star1
I've gotten some super deals from BUDK, but this ain't one of 'em! OK, we know we ain't gonna get TOTAL perfection for $20, but this thing is truly pitiful; it's probably the most poorly crafted hunk of steel & wood that EVER pretended to call itself a knife! Uneven grind on the blade that looks like a drunk that never made a knife did it: there's no taper on the wavy bumpy crooked sides, varying width being closer to 3/16" than 1/4"; crudely fitted handle slabs sloppily filled with generous globs of putty to hide the huge gaps; sheath colored with some sort of non-colorfast stain-your-hands black dye that HAS to be removed (45 min of hard work!); and the "accessory knives" a cruel joke, two pieces of thin rusty sheet metal that beg to be tossed in the garbage! And, it comes totally dull; sharpening required. If you want a GOOD knife for $20, grab the awesome Western Outlaw Bowie & forget this piece of trash.Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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