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8"Blade Rustfree Dau "Cleaver"

8"Blade Rustfree Dau "Cleaver"

"Dau" means meat chopping Knife in Nepalese terminology. Nepalese people especially butcher use this knife to cut meat and bone into pieces or similar tasks. The weight of the knife is divided into the blade and handle in such a way that the maximum force can be generated on the blade while using it. Handle and blade is same piece of spring and blade is tempered with pouring cold water.

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"Dau" means meat chopping Knife in Nepalese terminology. Nepalese people especially butcher use this knife to cut meat and bone into pieces or similar tasks. The weight of the knife is divided into the blade and handle in such a way that the maximum force can be generated on the blade while using it. Handle and blade is same piece of spring and blade is tempered with pouring cold water while it is heated while making process. The Balance temper on the edge and blade makes it very strong to cut bones. Handle is made of dark Indian Rosewood. This knife can be use for in Kitchen as well as outdoor for campaigning. Each area of the knife is made to execute several functions with ease. 

the overall length of the Kukri is 13 inches with 8" unpolished blade and 5" full tang handle. Simple and improved sheath with belt loop is made of processed dark brown leather. It Weighs about 1.75 lb or (700 grams) with sheath. The craftsmanship on this knife is amazing so if you are looking for the finest quality working kitchen or bone chopping knife you will not be disappointed. 

Blade Hardness: Spine: 22-25 RC, Belly: 45-46 RC, Edge: 58-60 RC, Steel Type: 5160 Car Spring 

This is handcrafted knife therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurement.

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8"Blade Rustfree Dau "Cleaver"

8"Blade Rustfree Dau "Cleaver"

"Dau" means meat chopping Knife in Nepalese terminology. Nepalese people especially butcher use this knife to cut meat and bone into pieces or similar tasks. The weight of the knife is divided into the blade and handle in such a way that the maximum force can be generated on the blade while using it. Handle and blade is same piece of spring and blade is tempered with pouring cold water.

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