Authentic Gurkha Kukri Knife - 10" American Eagle Khukuri or Khukris, Handmade by Ex Gurkha Khukuri House in Nepal

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Product code: 10857 UPC: 680569731647 Brand: Color: Black


Authentic American Eagle Kukri - Directly from Official Supplier to the Gurkhas in Nepal

10" long Razor Sharp blade, 5.25" Rosewood Handle, Overall length 15.5 Inches

Thickness about 3/8" at Spine, Water buffalo leather, dying in brown color.

Highly Graded Carbon Steel (Steel 5160, Car Spring steel), Semi-polished

Full tang blade, Hand forge by the blacksmith or Kaami in Eastern Nepal


Product Description

This is one of the beautiful kukri models. The name; American Eagle derives from the Eagle which is national Symbol of United States, the handle shape is eagle and its famous within US Knife collectors. The blade has beautifully hand skilled craftsman in eastern Nepal. The handle is made of Rosewood with white metal tip/ pommel while scabbard is made of cotton covered with yak hide. The Blade is Multi-purpose camping and bush knife and survival tool, used for a wide range of purposes like making camp, clearing brush and other uses. These knives are used by soldiers in the field in day-to-day operations, and by farmers in the Himalayan region for daily chores and survival tasks.. This is one of beautiful souvenir or gift items as well. This Kukri does NOT Karda & ChakmaK (Small knives). The Kukri Specifications: This is handcrafted knife therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurement. * Blade Hardness: Spine: 22-25 RC, Belly: 45-46 RC, Edge: 58-60 RC, Steel Type: 5160 Car Spring * Blade size & Type: 10 Inches (25.4cm) Hand made, Highly Grade Carbon Steel, polished Blade * Handle size: 5.5 Inches (12.7cm) full tang handle made of Rose wood. * Overall Length: 15.00 inches (38.1.78cm) from tip of the blade to pommel of the handle (Aprox) * Weight: 1.99 lbs or 31.75 Oz (900 grams) Approx, Blade and Sheath * Scabbard: Cotton Covered in Buffalo Leather * Origin: Dharan, East Nepal.