Ex-Gurkha Khukuri House is registered under Industry Business Act 2049,Section 3(ka) and under the same Act,Article 4 & 5 in section 10,and has registered at Nepal Government Company Register Office(Reg No: 87739/065/066), and also registered in Chamber of Commerce and federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal.Ex-gurkha khukuri house has a wide range of varieties (More than 200 items) based on Traditional, Army, Decorative, Souvenir, working blades etc. The company is the official suplier of the khukuris to the British Gurkha Unit, Marine Corps, Nepal Army, Nepal Police and Indian Gurkas. In course of time we have also supplied khukuries to the Pakistan, USA, German Embassies, Travel companies, Manpower Companies, Group 4 Security, UNMIN, The carter center and Banks as well. We do have two showrooms located at thamel-29 & lazimpat infront of the hotel Radisson respectively and our office is located at Thamel -29, A-one Bussiness Building, Second Floor. Wholsaling , Exporting and online Marketing is done in our office. We have our factory in Dharan(eastern Nepal) ,650 kilometers far from Kathmandu,named New Bishwakarma Khukuri Udyog(Reg No:322/056/057) The factory is under the chairmanship of Mr. Nawaraj Ramdam. It’s been about 10 years that he’s been manufacturing Khukuris.More than 200 Metal smith(kamis ) from bhojpure, salyan, dhankuta and chainpure are employed in the factory. Our craftsmen are so efficient and dedicated that they are able to produce any type of the khukuris in any said design and engrave with artistic patterns on special order.
Buying the Right Gurkha Kukri Knives - Nepalese Khukuri Online
There are many different types of Kukri (knives) that range from relatively inexpensive to very expensive. Before buying a Kukri (knife), it is important that you consider the Khukris use, features, materials, and warranty. After reading this article, you should feel more comfortable when comparing different brands and models of knives.
1. How will you use it? There are many different types of Kukri (knives) which are intended to be used in very different ways. Here are the most common uses:
* Everyday: Are you opening boxes or cutting twine?
* Outdoor (Backpacking/Climbing/Hiking/Camping): Does your activity involve using rope?
* Hunting/Fishing: Are you field dressing game or cleaning/filleting fish?
* Tactical/Survival: Do you need a heavy-duty kukri that won't fail?
* Limited Edition/Custom: Are you a collector?
2. What features are important to you? Each knife that you find will have a different set of features, usually associated with the blade, handle, and sharpness.
* Fixed-blade Kukri (knives): Always ready for use and dependable.
* Pocket Khukuri (knife): Compact, safer to carry; improved dependability with locking blade.
* One-handed opening: Has a thumb reststud, blade hole or other feature to facilitate one-hand use. Some models are one-hand opening and one-hand closing as well.
* Hunting Khukri (knives), including gutting/skinning blade: For field dressing game.
* Thick Blade: For heavy-duty tasks.
* Light weight: Use of composite or other materials to minimize weight.
* Saw edge: For cutting wood or bone.
* Sharpness: Stays sharp and is easy to sharpen.
3. What is it made of and why? The materials of the blade and handle with have a significant impact on the use and longevity of your Kukri (knife).
Blade Materials - A good blade combines good edge retention, ease of re-sharpening and rust resistance.
* 1050-1075V is the best blade steel available. It is a highly graded carbon steel with even higher edge retention.
* 58-60rc Hardness of steel
* 5160HC is a highly graded carbon steel that provides excellent rust resistance, is easy to re-sharpen and has mediumgood edge retention.
Handle Materials - A good Kukri (knife) handle should feel solid and well constructed when you hold it. We suggest you consider a handle style and material that meets your needs and suits your preference.
* An ergonomic design provides comfort.
* A Buffalo handle handle provides a sure grip in wet conditions.
* A Buffalo boon/deer handle adds beauty to the knife.
* wooden handle handles are durable under extreme conditions.
4. Does it offer an unconditional lifetime warranty? You want a Kukri (knife) that is crafted from high quality materials and will deliver reliable performance. If it should ever fail you, be sure the maker stands behind it.
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