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Nepali-Gurkha SiruPate (Best for Cutting)

Nepali-Gurkha SiruPate (Best for Cutting)

effortlessness, easiness, and effectiveness of Gurkha Sirupate makes it an important n functional knife, be it in indoor / outdoor or in untamed sites...

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  • 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
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USD 80.00

Nepali-Gurkha SiruPate (Best for Cutting)

The effortlessness, easiness and effectiveness of Gurkha Sirupate make this knife important and functional, be it in indoor or outdoor or even in untamed sites. It is an improved design of the most famous Nepali SiruPate model. Sirupate kukri is named after “Siru Paat” is a leaf found in the hilly regions of Nepal. “Siru” meaning Slender and “Paat” means leaf, hence the name. Nepali-Gurkha Sirupate is best for cutting due to its handy weight and good reach (blade size). Highly recommended for army/military usage/operation too.

Blade: The semi-polished long blade of 12” SiruPate gives better coverage and hence better performance. Since the blade is slender, the weight is lighter to match its shape and size.

Handle: The white wood handle of the blade and white frog with fast-up lace distinguishes this SiruPate from its siblings and counterparts. These improved features makes it attractive and more than just a hard cutting tool.

Sheath: The improved scabbard has a frog for the belt to go through to fasten as required. The lanyard loop fixed at the tip of the scabbard prevents the kukri from wobbling around while in motion.


SiruPate has always been favorite of Gurkhas ...
The SiruPate kukri has always been famous amongst the Gurkha soldiers. Thus this knife is frequently seen used in exercises, training and even in combat zone as an option knife. It is due to its sleek shape and comfortable weight it is highly preferred by the soldiers as their secondary knife. Gurkhas prefer the khukuri in various sizes as per their objective.

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