Infantry Kukri-Sword (Victory)
Infantry no.1 choice for battle field. The big brother or alpha male of the EAGLE handle family. A KUKRI in SWORD status..
- Blade Length (in): 15
- Handle Length (in): 6
- Blade Steel: 52100
- Handle Material: Indian rosewood
- Sheath: Buffalo leather
- Actual Weight (gm): 1050
- Overall weight (gm): 1350
- Shipping weight (gm): 1850
- Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
- Blade thickness (mm): 9
- Edge grinding: Semi convex View More
Infantry Kukri-Sword for hardcore foot soldiers + a kukri as long and lethal like a sword = Victory is imminent
A no.1 kukri choice for combat for infantry marching towards the battlefield. A heavy version for maximum impact.
Features the same ergonomics of the EAGLE handle originally found in our original EAGLE kukri. Whereas the shape of the blade is the old Gurkha Army model, the Budhune version, that was extensively used during the world war days particularly in the 2nd world war.
Blade: The blade has the same shape as the famous ‘World War’ kukri but much longer. This specific blade is full 15 inch in length having semi-polished finishing. The longer blade provides maximum coverage (very important for hand to hand combat situation) area where as the semi-polished finishing retains its original temper making the blade stronger and durable.
Handle: The same EAGLE HANDLE design featured by Khukuri House, Nepal is found in this kukri with all the features of panawal handle where the handle scales are glued with epoxy to the full flat tang, and further 3 rivets are fitted together to strengthen the whole fixture. The full flat metal tang can also be clearly seen as thick metal lines running though the two sides of the Rosewood handle. The vertical guard at top and Eagle head at bottom typically found in an EAGLE handle add safety, strength, beauty and value to the khukuri. Moreover in "Infantry Kukri-Sword (Victory)", there is the finger grips (curvature) in the front edge of the handle that adds function and worth of the knife. Here each finger can be rested in the handle and this provides better grip and thus harder swings.
Scabbard/Sheath: It has a normal black leather scabbard. The interior has wooden pieces shaped like the blade to provide good fitting (draw-in draw-out). Near the mouth/throat, it has a black leather frog loop where a belt can go through such that the kukri can be carried around. The tip is covered by white metal which protects the scabbard’s naked tip and provides beauty to the knife.
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