Nepali-Gurkha SiruPate Khukuri
a famous and functional kukri in hand of a simple Nepali farmer to a formidable Gurkha soldier..
- Blade Length (in): 12
- Handle Length (in): 5.5
- Blade Steel: 5160
- Handle Material: White Wood
- Sheath: Water buffalo leather scabbard
- Actual Weight (gm): 560
- Overall weight (gm): 775
- Shipping weight (gm): 1125
- Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
- Blade thickness (mm): 8.5
- Edge grinding: Semi convex View More
Nepali SiruPate Khukuri; modern Gurkhas' favourite knife (Best for Cutting)
The easiness (handy) and effectiveness (useful) of a Sirupate kukri has always made this knife an important and functional knife-cum-tool whenever and wherever. Especially the "Nepali-Gurkha SiruPate (Best for Cutting)" becomes so versatile in the hands of simple farmers to the hands of brave soldiers be it indoor or outdoor or any situations. It is actually an improved design of the famous Nepali SiruPate model. It derives its name from a special leaf called “Siru Paat” found in the hilly regions of Nepal. “Siru” meaning Slender and “Paat” means leaf, hence the name. This Nepali-Gurkha Sirupate is very well made, light, and fast with very good reach hence we feel its best for cutting. It can perform at the highest level when one needs to do a job that requires a sharp and strong edge. Highly recommended for any kind of domestic works for creative usage to destructive usage for army/military usage/operation/engagements.
“SiruPate emerging as favorite Gurkha Kukri (no.2 knife) ...” SiruPate kukri has always been near and dear to Gurkha soldiers. Thus this knife is frequently seen used in exercises, training, and even in the combat zone as an optional knife. It is due to its sleek shape and comfortable weight and also the historic and sentimental values it carries the soldiers prefer the knife over other models.
"SiruPate in Desert front .." Sirupate is becoming increasingly popular amongst the young Gurkha and Nepali soldiers deployed in various western fronts like in Iraq, Afghanistan, and in other middle-east countries. They say its due to its lightweight, good coverage, and matching look that blends well with their uniform. The added features in the knife are also a plus point. Moreover, a Sirupate khukuri has always been close to Nepalese as a national knife and useful tool. The image and trust in the khukuri has always been there for the user. We wish all our valiant soldiers best wishes and safe life !!
Blade: Semi-polished; 12 inches long for better coverage; Slender blade profile for easy and effective usage; Beautiful shape with engraved pattern (khol)
Handle: Whitewood handle in typical kukri shape; Stick tang version for durability and endurance; White metal fixtures for the suitable look; White wooden handle also gives unique look and desert feel
Sheath: Traditional sheath that is strong and easy to operate; Cream leather frog for look and easy carriage, its attached system makes carrying very easy; Lanyard loop tip to tie in the thigh for easy handling
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