The hunting pocket knife _ The 5 inch hunting pocket knife is one of the most selling kukri in our Famous Gurkha Khukuri House. Our FGKH is located nearby the Hotel Radisson and Hotel Tibet which is at the capital. The 5 inch dragon eagle hunting pocket knife is called so because it have eagle like appearance at the tip of the handle.
The Eagle is one of the most famous and a beautiful Khukuri which derives its name from the American Bald Eagle, the National animal of America. The length of the 5 inch dragon eagle kukri is 5 inch that is unpolished blade made by the hand. The size of the handle of the pocket hunting knife is 4.5 inch and it is a full tang kukri. The total length of the 5 inch dragon eagle kukri is 9.5 inch.
The materials used in this kukri is Highly Graded Carbon Steel, (car & Jeep leaf spring, 5160)Water Buffalo refine Leather for Scabbard(outside) and indian rose wood for the Handle, Pinewood for the Scabbard (inside), Laha( Nepali Traditional Glue). The size of the belly is 3.2 cm, handle circumference is 3 inch and the net weight of the kukri 228 grams. The hardness of the steel is spine= 22-25 RC, belly= 45-46 RC, edge= 58-60 RC. The complementary of the 5 inch dragon eagle kukri is certificate of guarantee, tag, wrapping lokta paper. The place of origin is from the western part of the Nepal.
The uses of this kukri can be of the various types: it can be used from chopping vegetables to chopping meats and bones. The size of the 5 inch dragon eagle kukri is small that it can be used in the hunting purpose. You can look at the photo how beautiful the 5 inch pocket hunting knife is !!
This is one of the beautiful kukri models. The name- American Eagle derives from the Eagle which is national Symbol of United States. The blade is made by the continue beating process.
This is one if the most Beautiful shaped Kukri.The handle if this Kukri and the blade is equal. While you put your finger in the middle of the blade it will be balance.It ‘s said; when you throw this Kukri its goes in exact target therefore it is used for hunting. this is very difficult to make the blade and the handle equal.The craftsmanship on this knife is amazing so if you are looking for the finest quality kukri you will not be disappointed!The notch (kaura or kaudi) in the blade near the hilt of most kukris serves as conduit for the blood on the blade to drip out, thus preventing it from soiling the hilt, as well as a device for catching and neutralizing and enemy blade. The handle is more practical, more beautiful.