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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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    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 Stars4.25 out of 5 based on 101 ratings. 101 user reviews.


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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Reviewed by ken from minnesota on 12-Nov-2014it works
Rating4 star4
a solid knife, the chakmak or the thicker one is used for sharpening the big blade, the Karda, other small one is used like a house hold paring knife! the Chakmak is supposed to be dull! the Karda and big blade need to be sharpened, I use my knife roughly and have to sharpen after every use, being made carbon steel coat with light oil before storing! A little history the Gurka regiments serve in the Indian Army alsoWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Lincoln from Pennsylvania on 11-Oct-2014Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife
Rating5 star5
This was the first ever Knife that I bought from BUDK and it is amazing. Very reliable, and has not failed on me. It is a little dull and the two little knives that come with it aren't to good. But for the price, it's worth it.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by rick stevens from Lucasville ,OH on 28-Jul-2014an amazing kukri
Rating5 star5
this knife is amazing my gf got it for me for my b-day and i convinced her to give it to me a few months earlier. i love it its actually next to me while i write this review. it has a amazing sheathe the two accessory knives are S**t but they arent meant to use they are a sharpener of sorts. the big knife is amazing dosent come sharp but has solid construction none the less the edge even thought its dull still hold up well. i sharpened mine to a razors edge and now its amazing i love it thanks budk.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Allen from TN on 22-Jul-2014not a genuine Kukri
Rating1 star1
This is not a Genuine Kukri, A Genuine Kukri does not look like this one and cost a lot more and furthermore there has been a lot of comments on the small knives that come with it, obviously folks do not know the meaning or history for use. The two small knifes have use, one is for honing,Sharpening the Kukri and the other one is for small task like preparing wild game or fine work with wood processing. Some folks just need to get a clueWould you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by DJ from Dallas, Texas on 16-Jun-2014Great blade for the price
Rating5 star5
A great knife for the price. Thick and heavy, feels very solid overall. I had read the other reviews, so I knew what to expect. The two little knives are a joke, I didn't bother to sharpen those. The kuk however, wasn't too tough to put a nice edge onto. And watch out for the black stuff on the sheath. But other than that I love it, just takes a bit of work is all. And it goes great as a costume piece for Bronn from Game of Thrones. Thanks BUDK.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by cactus cowboy from norcal on 11-May-2014nice solid kukri
Rating4 star4
I bought this for my brother in law. Looks to be a real solid multi in the traditional ghurka style. Great deal for the price, but still a little rough as far as finish details
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Jeremy from Melbourne, Australia. on 23-Apr-2014Tough as hell
Rating4 star4
Excellent tough kukri. I love this thing. It is dull when it arrives which is a shame, but 10minutes on a bench grinder will easily be sharp enough to cut wood. Very thick steel. Comes covered in grease, so be careful when opening it it isn't going to touch your carpet or clothes or anything nice.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by CJ from FL on 11-Apr-2014Thiongs to know
Rating3 star3
Overall its a good purchase-a nice thick blade. You'll need to sharpen it- but that's ok. What you should know is that the two little knives are completely useless, and it looks like they didn't even try to make them into blades at all, pretty much threw some scrap metal into a little piece of wood. ALSO- BEWARE the sheath- if you touch it it will leave black sh** all over your hands. It took me about 30 minutes to clean it enough so that every time i touched it my hands wouldn't need to be thoroughly washed. Still worth it though.
Average Rating: 3.00
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