Hand forged kukri _ This is a 20 Inch Hand Forged Kukri knife. The 20 Inch Hand Forged Sirupate Kukri knife is one of the bestselling Kukris of FGKH. The Hand-forged kukri has a polished handmade 20-inch blade made up of Highly graded Carbon Steel. It is a fixed Blade Handle. The handle is 7 Inch and made up of rosewood which is glued together by traditional Nepali glue called Laha.
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The sheath or scabbard is made up of water buffalo leather. The overall length of the blade is 27 inches and weighs about 1343 gms. The Sirupate Kukri knife is primarily used in the villages of Nepal for cutting bamboos and trees and also for daily activities like meat and vegetable cutting. The materials used in the 20 Inch Hand Forged Sirupate Kukri is Highly Graded Carbon Steel, (car & Jeep leaf spring, 5160). The hardness of the steel used is spine: 22-25 RC, belly: 45-46 RC, edge: 58-60 RC. This kukri can be used in chopping meats, cutting down trees, etc.
We highly recommend that the wooden parts on all kukri are treated with the appropriate timber oil or wood treatment prior to use to protect and prolong the life of the timber. All of our exquisite Kukri are handmade and as such there will be variations in size, weight, timber color, and other such features that make them unique and distinguishable from machine-made imitations. Buyers must be 18 yrs and over to purchase any knife or sword. Please note that the kukris are shipped directly from Nepal.
Every Gurkha khukuri is the hand-forged kukri. The Gurkha khukuri is taken as the best kukri in the world. The Gurkha khukuri has its own untold story about it. The kukri is the Gurkha khukuri is the long kukri. The kukri is made by the hand. The khukuri is a unique khukuri. The kukri at first was used to fruit chopping purpose but lantern on the Gurkha khukuri was used as a weapon. The people think that the Gurkha khukuri is safer than the gun. The Gurkha knife are the best khukuri.
The kukri is the single curved blade in which the blade goes from top to the bottom of the kukri. The kukri can be used to chop any materials since the length of the Gurkha kukri is much longer so you can use it easily. The kukri is a special type of sirupate kukri. The size of the blade is a bit narrow than the usual kind of kukri.
The hand-forged Gurkha khukuri is a long and thin knife. This type of khukuri is the strongest Gurkha khukuri. The size of the blade is thin. This is also a kind of sirupate khukuri.
You may not know how to take out the kukri from the sheath. So, always draw the khukuri from scabbard slowly holding the upper edge of the scabbard with palm and fingers. Avoid encircling the scabbard with your fingers. It may cause injury to your inner fingers. For the maintenance of the kukri: if you are going to keep it inside the scabbard for a long time, make sure the blade is well oiled with any kind of machine oil or gun oil. If you have a displaying stand as shown in the photo than, just keep the blade clean and dry. In case of rust develop on the blade rub it with fine sandpaper.