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Battle-Combat knife (Trench kukri)

Battle-Combat knife (Trench kukri)

The Trench Kukri is a devastating fighting knife, for battle or combat yet a simple re-curve knife..

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  • Blade Size (in): 9
  • Handle Size (in): 6
  • Blade Material: 5160
  • Sheath: western leather sheath
  • Actual Weight (gm): 775
  • Overall weight (gm): 875
  • Shipping weight (gm): 1200
  • Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
  • Blade thickness (mm): 7
  • Edge grinding: Semi convex
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USD 124.99


2 in 1 feature; fit the knuckle duster then its a deadly fist fight knife; take off the knuckle duster then its a simple knife that cuts great

This kukri knife is a fusion of trench knives collaborated with the shape of the kukri. As it has been designed with high inspirations from the Trench knives; hence the name Trench Kukri. The purpose of the blade add its further making a complete battle and combat knife giving it a unique name; Battle-Combat knife (Trench kukri).

The Trench can be equally used both in battle or combat. It aslo can be a fighting or field knife. The unpolished blade helps prevent reflection in combat situations, and the full flat tang handle ensures it’s durability during field use.

The blade is 9" long, flat and unpolished except the edges.The thickness of the blade is generally 7 mm approx. (flat) but may differ in handmaking process. 

The 5 inch long handle is unpolished wooden and covers a full tang and features a removable knuckle duster/guard highly inspired from the Trench version knives; similar to the traditional trench knives made by soldiers in the first world war, with can be attached or removed easily on the need and use. Mostly removing it makes a beautiful handy knife. The removable knuckle duster at will adds beasty and beauty character to this amazing knife.

The sheath is made from solid leather like any western style sheath.

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