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8" Ganjuwal Traditional Khukuri

Product Code:EKH-ENR20-014

SKU: EKH-ENR20-014

Availability: In stock

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    8" Ganjuwal Traditional Khukuri With the history and origin of the kukri dating back to the 18th century, Gajuwal was and still is one of the famous and favored kukri knives within the villager’s and farmer’s community. The knife proved to be more useful, like a utility tool because of its exclusive construction/feature when villagers had to make long journey into woods away from home, thus the kukri was excessively used and selected for the very reason. The original “Ganjuwala” (what it was called then) actually used in history have been long gone in the midst of time and civilization therefore a replicated (authentic and usable) version of it, the “Ganjuwal Swiss” has been introduced (the word “Swiss” derived from Swiss Army knife to support Ganjuwal’s multi functional accompanying tools) by EGKH. The kukri blade has also been slightly modified to meet the demand and market of the modern era (blade shortened and polished, decorative pattern introduced). The Ganjuwal still holds its legacy as a perfect utility tool and also a precious possession of a farmer in the rural villages of Nepal. The blade of the Ganjuwal is a standard sized kukri knife but with three keepers in pommel to reinforced the handle fixture. Its use has varied from building, clearing, chopping firewood, digging, slaughtering animals for food, cutting meat and vegetables, skinning animals, and opening cans. Its use as a general farm and household tool. The Kukri can be use as survival knife or camping knife for outdoor lover.

    Additional Info

    Additional Info

    Material Used Highly Graded Carbon Steel 5160, refine water buffalo leather for Scabbard and rosewood for the Handle, Brass, white metal and "Laha" ( Nepali Traditional Glue).
    Blade Size and Type 8 Inch (20.32 cm), Hand Forged Polished Blade.
    Handle Size and Type 4 Inch (10.16 cm) tail tang Rosewood Handle.
    Upper Spine 8 mm.
    Lower Spine 3 mm.
    Handle Circumference 3.6 Inch.
    Belly 1.6 Inch.
    Hardness of steel Spine=22-25 RC, Belly=45-46 RC, Edge=58-60 RC.
    Weight(Gms) 400.0000


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