Cherokee Khukuri

This is one of the oldest Khukuri made in Nepal, and also one of the traditional Khukuris. This Khukuri is known as the Cherokee Khukuri. It is similar to the Angkhola Khukuri, but the way it is forged and the tip of the blade is made in different way. It is also called a Budhune Khukuri. The most unique thing about this Khukuri is that it is a balanced Khukuri i.e. it can be balanced in the middle of the edge of the blade in the Khukuri. The blade is 14 inch long and it is handmade unpolished blade. It is a full tang Kukri with the handle about 6 inch long. The handle is usually made up of Rosewood, but our shop has modified and created a Khukuri Unique to our shop, where the handle is made up of Rosewood and water buffalo bones,which is glued together by Laha and 4 rivets are used to tighten up the tang. Another unique feature of this blade is that the base of the blade or Chhapri is made by wood fused together with bone, which is done for the first time launched by FGHK .Unique to our shop; this is a custom remake product of our shop. The materials used in the blade are highly graded carbon steel 5160. The blade has a small depression in the base which is called a Cho, which is used to draw blood as it is said that the Khukuri once drawn out of the Scabbard must draw blood before its inserted back into the Scabbard. The scabbard is made up of refined buffalo leather along with pinewood which are fused together. The spine is 8mm and widest part of the blade is 6.2 cm. The total weight of the Khukuri along with Scabbard is 1400 grams. A set of Chamak and Kharda comes with the Khukuri, which are small accessory blades.

Complementary : Certificate of Guarantee,Tag,Wrapping Lokta Paper.
Place of Origin : Dharan (Eastern part of Nepal).

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