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8" Normal Working  Kukuri Rust Free , Handmade Kukri Blade, SHIP from US
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8" Normal Working  Kukuri Rust Free , Handmade Kukri Blade, SHIP from US
8" Normal Working  Kukuri Rust Free , Handmade Kukri Blade, SHIP from US
8" Normal Working  Kukuri Rust Free , Handmade Kukri Blade, SHIP from US
8" Normal Working  Kukuri Rust Free , Handmade Kukri Blade, SHIP from US

8" Normal Working Kukuri Rust Free , Handmade Kukri Blade, SHIP from US

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Gifts From Nepal Handicrafts from Top Of the World 8 Inch Working Panawala Khukuri (Angkhola) - Authentic Gurkha Khukuri ‘Panawala’ and ‘Ang +khola’ are two different words that have two different meanings. Panawala is a village on eastern Nepal where the design of this Khukuri comes from. The handle of the khukuri is unique in having a single piece that goes all the way through bottom of the blade. ‘Ang’ means a part of human body and ‘Khola’ is derived from the word ‘Kholeko’ which means open. It describes the special design of the blade which looks like a elegant/sensual back of a human back body (pata pareko). It is a totally unpolished full-size kukri used for jungle warfare and domestic need too. It is designed for rough use so no finishing (shinning) is done on the blade. It is very famous among users because of its typical look and better feature (handle), as an all-purpose utility knife.It is also an optional knife for the British Gurkhas as a training or combat kukri. The handle is further joined strongly to the blade with two rivets that can also be seen at the sides.This design is famous for the heavy duty working and to cut harder things like wood, fire-wood etc. The main reason for the single piece from the handle side is to help grip the metal piece as well while using. The blade is shaped with three steps for easy and comfortable use. SPECIFICATIONS*: Khukuri length** 13 inches Blade length 8 inches Handle length 5 inches Total weight 1.3 lbs ** Khukuri length is measured from tip of the blade to pommel of the handle. * Please note that the Khukuris are hand crafted and may have slight variations in measurements, the measurements listed here are close approximations. Blade Type: Handmade, highly grade carbon steel Handle Type: Wood Weight: 1.3 lbs approximately Weight includes Khukuri with leather wrapped scabbard which holds a Karda (auxiliary knife) and a Chakmak (steel-flint striker). INCLUDES: Your shipment will include the Khukuri knife, a scabbard/cover, two smaller knives (Karda & Chakmak).Other props and stands are for display purposes only unless specified. Scabbard: Cotton covered in black leather Karda & Chakmak: These are small knives come with scabbard. Karda is used as an auxiliary knife and Chakmak is used for sharpening the blade in its blunt. The scabbard contains a pouch where these two unique knives are stored. OTHER INFORMATION: Optional Wooden Stand: The wooden display stand is made of rosewood for displaying/storing Khukuri when not in use. It can be purchased separately for $10 (which includes shipping charges), if purchased together. Condition: Brand new, unused, unopened, undamaged item Origin: Hand made in Eastern Nepal Click here to view others products from us! About Khukuri: What is Kukuri or Khukuri? The Khukuri (alternatively spelled kukri or khukri) is a curved versatile Nepalese knife, similar to the machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon. It is a traditional weapon for Nepalese people, and also a weapon of choice/side arm for all Nepalese including those serving in different armies around the world who are also known as Gurkha soldiers. The cutting edge is inwardly curved in shape and is the icon of Nepal. It was, and in many cases still is, the basic and traditional utility knife of the Nepalese people. Very effective when used as a weapon, it is a symbolic weapon of the Nepalese Army, and of all Gurkha regiments throughout the world, signifying the courage and valor of the bearer in the battlefield. It is a part of the regimental weaponry and heraldry of the Royal Gurkha Rifles, and is used in many traditional rituals among different ethnic groups of Nepal, including one where the groom has to wear it during the wedding ceremony. It is known to many people as simply the "Gurkha blade" or "Gurkha knife". A kukri blade has a hard, tempered edge and a softer spine. This enables it to maintain a sharp edge, yet tolerate impacts. They are also balanced so that they will rest in a vertical position if supported on a fulcrum, such as a finger. The pronunciation "kukri" is of western origin, as the Nepalese people to whom this weapon belongs pronounce it "khukuri." What is Kukuri or Khukuri used for? The blade's distinctive forward drop is intended to aid the cutting action by having the edge maintain an angle (rather like a guillotine) rather than just have a straight edge at right angles to the target, this angle provides a more "slicing" action similar to a draw-cut with a machete or sabre. The kukri is most commonly employed as a multi-use utility tool rather like a machete. The kukri also has a religious significance in the Nepalese form of the Hindu religion. During the annual Dashain festival, kukris are ceremonially blessed. Utility: While most famed from use in the military, the kukri is most commonly used as a multipurpose tool, and is a very common agricultural and household implement in Nepal. Its use has varied from building, clearing, chopping firewood, and digging to cutting meat and vegetables, skinning animals, and opening tins. Weaponry: The kukri is effective as both a chopping and a slashing weapon. In combat, it is used in two different styles: stabbing with the point, slashing or chopping with the edge. Because the blade bends towards the opponent, the user need not angle the wrist, which makes the kukri more comfortable as a stabbing weapon than other straight-bladed knives. Its heavy blade enables the user to inflict deep wounds and to cut through muscle and bone. The Khukuri making process: The kukri blade is forged from steel. Modern kukri blades are often forged from leaf springs collected from recycled cars/truck suspensions. A genuine authentic handmade Khukuri is made by beating and hammering red hot steel over and over again to give it its shape. The Khukuri is then carefully sharpened by tampering the edge of the blade and the shape of the sheath is carved out. The tang of the blade usually extends all the way through to the end of the handle; the small portion of the tang that projects through the end of the handle is hammered flat to secure the blade. Then the handle made of wood, buffalo horn is attached and the blade is shined. This Khukuri is hand crafted in Eastern Nepal (Dharan) by up to 4 men (often referred to as kamis and/or biswakarma) who are the masters of inherited Khukuri who spend up to one full day for each Khukuri. Shipping Return Feedback About us Shipping & Payment: We ship worldwide from Minnesota by USPS to verified paypal address only. Package handling only takes 1 business day. Orders placed on weekend will be shipped within 2 days. Notifications of shipment with tracking number will be sent to buyers. We offer discounts for purchasing multiple items by combining shipping. Please contact us first if you need combined shipping. Please check your shipping address carefully before and during checkout, it canot be changed after an order is completed. Payment should be completed within three days of product closing. Any unpaid dispute will be filed for closing product. Our product price does not include taxes, VAT, or other hidden charges. Returns & Refunds: GiftsFromNepal has been in the business for over 5 years. When you buy the merchandise from us, we personally check all items that we sell and ship to ensure they are in perfect working condition (unless otherwise stated). We ship all our items from our warehouse in the US. Please give us an opportunity to serve you better! Our goal is to make sure that you are 100% satisfied. If you not satisfied for any reason you can return the products within 7 days of receipt for a full refund or a credit on a future purchase. We still allow you to exchange items after 7 days. We do not honor any claims after 15 days from the date of delivery and if the items have been used. Please note shipping charge will not be refunded and the buyer is responsible for shipping costs, a restocking fee of 20% will apply if the merchandise is not found defective upon return. Feedback: When you buy the merchandise from us, we personally check all items that we sell and ship to ensure they are in perfect working condition (unless otherwise stated). Our goal is to make sure that you are 100% satisfied. If you are not satisfied for any reason, please give us a chance to resolve the problem before leaving us a feedback. We work hard to make sure EVERY CUSTOMER is 100% SATISFIED. If you are satisfi
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