Product Code: EKH-GACI-33
Category: Gurkha Army Current Issue Kukri
Highly Graded Carbon Steel(car & jeep leaf spring, 5160)for blade. Refine Water buffalo Leather for the Scabbard(outside), Rosewood for the handle, Pinewood for Scabbard (inside), Brass and “Laha”(Nepali Traditional Glue).
Blade Length: 11 inch.
Weight: 1200 gms (including packaging).
Price: US $95
This is 11" Gurkha Iraqi 3 fullers blade Brown Gripper Guard Handle Kukri. This kukri blade is exactly same as the British Gurkha Issue khukuri in Iraqi Operation with custom blocker and gripper handle. It is one of the best Khukuri with heavy deep gripping handle that can be used for normal work. The Panjawala Khukuri is mostly used for heavy duty use. The blade looks very similar to Panawala Angkhoal Khukuri but is heavier. The main reason why this model was introduced is because buyers wanted a heavy duty Khukuri which they could use for both daily and rough purpose and was long lasting as well. The blade of this Khukuri is made of the strongest spring steel and is processed for longer than any other Khukuri. The handle is made of white Sadhan wood. The shape is different and has finger grip with blocker. It is full tang running through it making it super strong which is about 5.5" long. The craftsmanship on this knife is amazing.
Blade Size and Type : 11 inch (27.94cm) and Unpolished blade.
Handle Size and Type : 5.5 inch (13.977cm) Rosewood full Tang Guard handle with lanyard hole.
Overall length : 16.5 inches from tip to pommel (Aprox).
Material Used :Highly Graded Carbon Steel(car & jeep leaf spring, 5160)for blade. Refine Water buffalo Leather for the Scabbard(outside), rosewood for the handle, Pinewood for Scabbard (inside), Brass and “Laha”(Nepali Traditional Glue).
Weight : 950gms (33.51 Oz Approx) only khukuri blade weight.
Upper Spine : 9mm.
Handle Circumference : 4.5 inch.
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 : Hand Forge at EGKH Factory Dharan (Eastern part of Nepal).