Almost as if it had been engineered for success, the Traditional Khukri Knife stands as a paragon among knives. The unique shape is remarkably effective, as well as known almost the world over, making it an instantly recognizable weapon and collectible. The unique blade, here crafted from carbon steel, excels at both cutting and thrusting, making it a multi-functional tool that warriors and people use the world over for a wide variety of tasks and needs. This model reflects the iconic design of the khukri, possessing the forward-set, curved blade, a short fuller along the blades spine, and the trident shaped notch at the base of the blade. The knife possesses a blackened bone handle, which is then set with brass accents at the base of the blade and at the cap of the rounded hilt. Few jobs exist that a blade like this Traditional Khukri Knife does not excel at, and that makes this handy blade a great collectible and effective utility knife to have hanging around your home.
Over the years, the khukri has served as the side-arm and utility knife of countless military groups, including the Gurkhas, who have used it for perhaps the longest. In those years, the khukri has served with distinction, as much as a weapon as an all-purpose blade for any to use. In Nepal, the khukri maintains greater presence, and it is likely that one is kept in practically every household for its versatile practicality. It is commonly used and often worn with pride. They are also sometimes given ceremonial significance. As such, in Nepal, khukri are sometimes blessed, or even worn as a token by the groom at a wedding!
- A Variation of the Nepalese Khukri Knife
- Features a Hand Crafted Carbon Steel Blade
- The Blade is Adorned with a Fuller and a Blade-Notch Near the Hilt
- A Black Horn Hilt with Brass Fittings
- A Stunning Collectible, Carrying Weapon, and Utility Knife
- Overall Length: 17 Inches