Product Code: EKH-SK-021
Category: Sirupates (Unique Blade) Kukri
Highly Graded Carbon Steel (car & jeep leaf spring, 5160) for blade. Refine Buffalo lather for Scabbard (outside), Rosewood for the handle, Pinewood for Scabbard (inside), Whitemetal and Laha (Nepali Traditional Glue).
Blade Length: 30 inch.
Weight: 2000 gms (including packaging).
Price: US $240
This is 30 Inch Panawal Sirupate Rust Free Kukri (Khukuri) is most genuine and popular khukuri all Nepalese people(villegers). This is one of the traditional kukri.The name Sirupate is derives from “SIRU”(kind of grass) which is very narrow and sharp. Unlike other kukri’s the blade of this kukriis very narrow so this kukri is named as sirupate khukuri. This kukri is very famous in Nepal. 30” Raw Unpolished blade is made of Highly Graded Carbon with balanced temper on the edge of the blade therefore its very strong. 7.5” full tang handle is made of very strong Rosewood. The sheath is made of Cotton Covered in Yak Leather. Two small knife(karda & chakmak )are also come with this kukri. This blade can be used to chop wood or bone cleaning bushes and other kind of domestic and jungle work. The notch (kaura or kaudi) in the blade near the hilt of most khukuris serves as conduit for the blood on the blade to drip out, thus preventing it from soiling the hilt, as well as a device for catching and neutralizing and enemy blade.
Blade Size and Type : 30 inch (75 cm) Handmade Raw Rust Free blade.
Handle Size and Type: 7.5 inch (18.75cm) Rosewood Full Tang Handle.
Overall length : 37.5 inches.
Material Used : Highly Graded Carbon Steel (car & jeep leaf spring, 5160) for blade. Refine Buffalo lather for Scabbard (outside), Rosewood for the handle, Pinewood for Scabbard (inside), Whitemetal and Laha (Nepali Traditional Glue).
Weight : 1650gms.
Upper Spine : 11mm.
Lower Spine : 4mm.
Belly : 4cm.
Handle Circumference : 4.7 Inch.
Hardness of steel : spine= 22-25 RC, belly= 45-46 RC, edge= 58-60 RC.
Complementary : Certificate of Guarantee, Tag, Wrapping Lokta Paper,RGR Cap Bazz.
Place of Origin : Dharan (Eastern part of Nepal).