Product Code: EKH-GACI-25
Category: Gurkha Army Current Issue Kukri
Highly Graded Carbon Steel, Water Buffalo Leather for Scabbard(outside) and Rosewood for the Handle, Pinewood for the Scabbard (inside), Brass and Laha(Nepali Traditional Glue).
Blade Length: 13 inch.
Weight: 1100 gms (including packaging).
Price: US $85
This one is the latest product of Ex Gurkha Khukuri House. Due to high demand of Gurkha current issue jungle or PRI Type in 13” blade, we developed this 13” blade Jungle or PRI Type whole shape is similar to standard service no.1(standard issue to British Gurkha). 13” semi-polished blade is made of Carbon Steel with pouring water temper on the edge so it’s very strong. 5.5” Rat tail handle is made of buffalo horn which is very strong. Scabbard for this blade is made of cotton wood cover in water-buffalo leather. The scabbard has got metal (brass) tip. Two small knife “karda” and “chakmak” are free with this kukri. “karda” sharp one is for small type of work life skinning the animals, cutting paper etc, “Chakmak” blunt one is for sharpening the blade . This kukri is design for heavy type of work. This blade can be used to cut wood, firewood, meat, bone, clearing bushes etc.
Specification of 13 Inch Blade Jungle Or PRI Type Kukri : This is handcrafted kukri therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurement.
Blade Size and Type : 13 Inch (33.02cm) Handmade Unpolished blade.
Handle : 5.5 inch (13.97cm) Buffalo horn rat tail tang handle.
Material Used : Highly Graded Carbon Steel, Water Buffalo Leather for Scabbard(outside) and Rosewood for the Handle, Pinewood for the Scabbard (inside), Brass and Laha(Nepali Traditional Glue).
Net Weight : 800gms (28.22 Oz.Approx).
Upper Spine : 10 mm.
Lower Spine : 3 mm.
Belly : 5 cm.
Handle Circumference : 4.1 inch.
Overall length : 18.5 inches from tip to pommel (Aprox).
Hardness of steel : spine= 22-25 RC, belly= 45-46 RC, edge= 58-60 RC.
Complementary : Certificate of Guarantee, Tag, Wrapping Lokta Paper.
Place Of Origin : EGKH Factory in Dharan (East Nepal).