Defender kukri Khukuri House

This is the current issue Kukri for Gurkhas who are in Afghan war. Therefore the name derived after the Afghanistan. The Gurkhas are deployed since the war started for Enduring Operation Freedom in Afghanistan. The Regiment is decided to carry new kukri fit to the Afghan environment. Therefore the Afghan Kukri AEOF is issued to Gurkhas. The blade is made of Highly Graded Carbon with balanced water puring temper on the edge of the blade therefore its very strong. Besides carrying the knife in combat and training, this blade can be used to chop wood or bone and cleaning bushes. The blade is made of Highly Graded Carbon (5160 Steel, Car spring) with balanced water temper on the edge of the blade therefore its very strong; It has very sharp edge (As it is made of carbon steel you can also sharpen as you wish). Blade is 11" from guard to tip made of Highly Grade Carbon Steel (Steel 5160, Car spring), Thickness of the blade is about 3/8 inch at the thickest part of spine. Handle is 5.5" (from pommel to Guard) Made of white Rose wood. Overall length is about 16.5 inches (tip to pommel). The scabbard is made of Cotton Covered in natural buffalo leather. The scabbard has double frogs which are leather loops used to attach to the belt. Weight: 1.76 lbs or 28.21Oz (Kukri & Sheath with two small knives). Karda & Chakmak: These are the two small knives that come with all traditional Kukris. When you buy this item you will also get these two unique knives. The Chakmak is the thick piece of metal without an edge. It is used in a way similar to a strop to hone the edge of the kukri while in the field. The Karda is the sharpened one that is used for general purposes and for more detailed work. The dimensions of Karda & Chakmak are: 2.2" blade (Appox) with a 2 inch handle (Appox)
This is handcrafted kukri therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurement.
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