Finger Curvature Standard Service Khukuri (Panja)

Finger Curvature Standard Service Khukuri (Panja)

Special feature, the knuckle shaped handle provides better and more comfortable grip; an impeccable kukri for jungle warfare - household chores..

  0 Reviews  |  
  • Blade Length (in): 10
  • Handle Length (in): 5
  • Blade Steel: 5160
  • Handle Material: Horn
  • Sheath: Water buffalo leather
  • Actual Weight (gm): 560
  • Overall weight (gm): 775
  • Shipping weight (gm): 1075
  • Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
  • Blade thickness (mm): 9
  • Edge grinding: Semi convex
  • View More

USD 70.00

Also Buy These As Set

Standard Service khukuri with Finger Grip Curvature (Panja) on its handle 

“Panja” in Nepalese means Palm and this modern khukuri has a traditional handle that has arc shaped curves/contours that let the fingers stay firmly and with comfort, hence the name Panja. It is a standard service kukri having about 10 inch long polished blade and has a regular buffalo leather sheath as with the official issues. It may not be a standard army issue but army men just love to carry it due to its extra handle feature (better grip) and have always been a favorite among hunters and trekkers. 

Panja kukri has the blade profile of the standard Service kukri of the British Gurkhas but due to its specific feature of the handle with arcs (nice grip and balance), it is well known amongst the users and is well preferred. This is one of the most impeccable kukris one can carry to jungle warfare and also for household chores like gardening. 


The ultimate choice for outdoor undertakings…

Blade: 10-10.5" standard army; Polished blade, Not a service issue but some soldiers prefer to carry it as their training knife due to its effective size and more effective handle; 5160 high carbon steel hand forged blade

Handle: 5" approx. designed to give better thru its knuckle-shaped handle; Horn material for strength and look; Brass fixtures 

Sheath: Traditional and simple with belt loop to carry; Black leather with the two traditional knives, Karda and Chakmak; Brass tip


Reviews (0)

Write a Review

Give us your valuable review on our items.

© Khukuri House, Nepal 1991 - 2021 | Warranty | Policy