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BUDK:$19.99

Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife


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Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife

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    Genuine Gurkha Kukri Knife

Item #: 17 BKSZ2103
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BUDK: $19.99     You Save: $7.01 (26%) Off!
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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 Stars4.32 out of 5 based on 95 ratings. 95 user reviews.


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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Reviewed by Ron from New Mexico on 30-Mar-2014Good for money
Rating5 star5
A good enough knife for the money .Made real sturdy .Easy to sharpen . Nice and hefty.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Ron D. from Wisconsin on 26-Mar-2014Strictly for show
Rating5 star5
Had a laugh at Dean from Mo. Of course they are dull as stumps. These are for show. If you want to use them, sharpen them. Most of these knives in here come dull. As far as the little knives that come along with them, that also is for show. If you want them sharp, sharpen them also. I realize that they are simply put in a stick, but who cares, The large knife looks amazing when it is out. I'd recommend any of them to anyone. They look great. This company is great with everything they have.
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Dean B. from ellisville,mo on 10-Mar-2014junk!!!!!
Rating1 star1
first the two little knifes are a joke! it looks like someone just ruff cut a piece of tin in the shape of a knife, but has no edge and has pits all over them. as far as the kukri it would be nice if it were sharpened. there is no sharp edge at all it is a flat blunt end! all three had some sticky substance all over them!Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 1.00
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Reviewed by bob from st. louis on 03-Feb-2014Great knife
Rating5 star5
great, great, great knife very durable and you should get it!!Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by cliff carlton from Marion Il on 26-Jan-2014Khukri knife
Rating5 star5
The Khukri knife was a more than expected. Very pleased with the knife. I received an email giving me the arrival date and it was on time. Outstanding. Price was great. I will use this company again. ThanksWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Ran Chardo from New York St on 23-Dec-2013Good Basic Khukri
Rating4 star4
Ive used a lot of knives and khuks too. This was my first Khuk and I loved it once I customised the grip and sharpened the 1/4" blade- thickest blade I had used til then. Recommended MillBastard file to get edge sharp, these days Id put it on the 1" belt-sander. Made in Dehra Dun, India by Windlass Forges, large weapon factory. The sheath was goatskin-covered wood, which promply smashed when the first sapling I cut down landed on it. Not to worry, I made another from thick leather. This style has been in use by troops in India since ww2. Have one just like this, British "broad Arrow" marked. Me and that khuk went a long way together until I gave her to an old friend who collects knives. Still have one on my wall, all ready to go! Something to remember, these knives are differentially tempered- the big belly is harder than the rest of the knife. A thinner edge from the belly to the point makes for a very sharp knife while the rear blade I sharpen with a fatter edge more like an ax edge. You won't regret getting this knife, remember you may want to refigure the grip with sander or some epoxy, or even friction tape. I have larger, smaller and prettier khukris, but this is a good 12-inch blade "beginner" model to learn the ropes on. Do some googling and youll find a wealth of info to learn ya how to use your new weapon/tool. Good luck and welcome to the brotherhood, so to speak! DunWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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