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SiruPate Panawal Kukri (Jaunty)

SiruPate Panawal Kukri (Jaunty)

Slim and strong .. live and kicking.. a joy to use... the traditional Sirupate gets panawal handle

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  • Blade Length (in): 12
  • Handle Length (in): 5
  • Blade Steel: 5160
  • Handle Material: Rosewood
  • Sheath: Reddish-Brown Leather
  • Actual Weight (gm): 610
  • Overall weight (gm): 775
  • Shipping weight (gm): 1125
  • Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
  • Blade thickness (mm): 8
  • Edge grinding: Semi convex
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USD 76.50 90.00

Panawal Sirupate Kukri (Jaunty); a lively SiruPate blade having Panawal 'Full-Flat-Tang' handle; a joy to handle indeed...

The typical, traditional, and the famous Sirupate is modified with a stronger & powerful full tang handle made to perform better and last longer. The tang is forged flat and follows the shape of the handle all the way. Then the wooden scales are glued and riveted to the tang. This handle fixture is very strong made for heavy duty performance. This solid handle perfectly supports the sleek and lively blade. Unlike the typical handle profile, it has a big bulky ridge in the center to give a sturdy grip and form hold. Both the pommel and bolster are made from polished iron plates to withstand the heavy impact taken by the blade. The handle is made from brown rosewood which further makes its look more stylish.

This well-polished 12” long blade is lively in hand due to its great feel. It is forged narrow so the weight is reduced and is much easy to handle. The sleek blade is very appealing and also makes a good displayer. It has a good reach too. Fast and Fertile...

The sheath has reddish-brown color leather fitted to match the brown rosewood handle. It has a lace frog to hold the sheath from the belt. A metal tip is also fitted to smarten the overall look.

“Siru” word is derived from the Nepali language which means “slender” and “pate” means “leaf”, so the word literally means a slender leaf which is dainty, jaunty, and stylish. Sirupate is a leaf found in the hilly regions of Nepal and this blade is inspired by the shape of this leaf, slim and sleek.

This Sirupate Panawal kukri is a 2-in-one blade, made for display and for work.

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