Whetstone™ Carbon Steel Gurkha Service Kukri with Sheath and 2 Small Knives

Item # WX2-423673

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Details & Specs

Whetstone™ Carbon Steel Gurkha Service Kukri with Sheath and 2 Small Knives. Traditional Nepalese utility knife.

A traditional symbol of the Nepalese army, and a useful tool to this day. Used for heavy chopping, brush clearing and, of course, self-defense. The Whetstone Carbon Steel Gurkha Service Kukri comes complete with 2 smaller all-purpose Knives with 3 1/ 8 " blade.

For utility or display:
  • Full tang
  • 11 1/ 2 " carbon steel blade
  • Brass tipped leather sheath included.

with Sheath and 2 Small Knives

Reviews

Customer Reviews

2 stars
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  1. 1 stars
    The "knives" are just cut sheet metal, and thus worthless. The also do not fit well in the sheath, and interfere with getting the kukri in and out. The kukri itself is duller than a butter knife, and will take a great deal of work to get a useable edge. The belt loop on the sheath is poorly placed, causing it to hang sideways. There is no way to fasten the kukri into the sheath to keep it from falling out. In short, this item is really only good for decoration.
  2. 3 stars
    This is, supposedly, the kukri made for the Ghurka troops, but it has a very small area in the belly which has an edge, otherwise it is ground flat, I will have to create an edge(carefully) and sharpen the whole,from tip to just short of the hilt. Patch knives appear to be symbolic at best, no edge what-so-ever.
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