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Service no 1 Gripper Handle kukri

Service no 1 Gripper Handle kukri

 This is one of the best selling models. The Service No.1 is called Standard sized Khukuris. Among all the Kukris; it is the most famous all over the world as its close association with the Gurkha soldiers. It is issued to all British Gurkha soldiers on enlistment and they retain it throughout their army career

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 This is one of the best selling models. The Service No.1 is called Standard sized Khukuris. Among all the Kukris; it is the most famous all over the world as its close association with the Gurkha soldiers. It is issued to all British Gurkha soldiers on enlistment and they retain it throughout their army career. The blade is made of hi-graded Carbon steel. The blade is about 10½ long while the Buffalo horn handle is 5" long. The sheath is made of buffalo hide. It weighs about 700 grams. The total weighs including display wooden stand with packing 1.3 kg. 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: 10.5 Inches (26.67cm) Hand made, Highly Grade Carbon Steel, Highly Polished Blade Handle size: 5 Inches (12.7cm) full tang handle made of Buffalo horn. Overall Length: 16.5 inches (41.91cm) from tip of the blade to pommel of the handle (Aprox) Weight: 1.54 lbs or 24.70 Oz (700 grams) Approx, Blade and Sheath & Karda & Chakmak Scabbard: Cotton Covered in Buffalo Leather Origin: Dharan

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Service no 1 Gripper Handle kukri

Service no 1 Gripper Handle kukri
 This is one of the best selling models. The Service No.1 is called Standard sized Khukuris. Among all the Kukris; it is the most famous all over the world as its close association with the Gurkha soldiers. It is issued to all British Gurkha soldiers on enlistment and they retain it throughout their army career

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