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HD Wood Chopper (Kukri AXE)

HD Wood Chopper (Kukri AXE)

Kukri AXE is an all-purpose utility knife to embrace and to possess..

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  • Blade Length (in): 11
  • Handle Length (in): 5
  • Blade Steel: 5160
  • Handle Material: Indian rosewood
  • Sheath: Brown leather
  • Actual Weight (gm): 850
  • Overall weight (gm): 1025
  • Shipping weight (gm): 1500
  • Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
  • Blade thickness (mm): 9
  • Edge grinding: V
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USD 85.00

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Heavy Duty Kukri like an AXE; a solid n' superb Wood Chopper

Kukri AXE is an all-purpose utility knife to embrace and to possess.

This highly defined kukri is made to cut/chop and to perform in the woods. The scandi grind feature of the blade gives heavy mass and weight like that of an AXE making it very easy and effective for heavy duty cutting works in the forest. The heavy frontage weight provides lethal swing with little force yet with huge impact. It also has special finger-grip feature in the handle for comfortable and secure handling. Both of these unique features support the khukuri's expressive name as the HD Wood Chopper (Kukri AXE); we also often refer it to as the great Kukri AXE; a KUKRI with the power of AXE.

Wood Chopper is an all-purpose utility kukri knife to embrace and to possess... Its exclusive name defines a contemporary heavy duty (HD) Panawal version khukuri built in Scandi surface style and crafted to deliver the best results at no time (quick succession). The Kukri AXE's raw features, solid strength and stunning look make it a perfect tool for discovering oneself and the wilderness one indulges in.

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. - Abraham Lincol

Do you want to save that 'one hour'? The best performer of its kind, sharp & strong...


Strong, Durable & Perfect multi-purpose tool

Blade: Kukri AXE kukri is 11inch bladed with raw finishing forged out of 5160 high carbon steel. The raw finishing is for stronger edge and better temper. The blade is “Scandi Grind” for more power, deeper impact, faster result and better outcome. This exceptional grinding of the blade (spine + body + edge) makes the HD Wood Chopper stand out from the herd as one of the most effective and usable knives.

Handle: The handle has a full flat tang like that of “Panawal” kukris. This full flat tang can be clearly seen as lines running through the two sides of the handle. The handle pieces are made of rosewood to give a simple classic look. The bolster is made from the thick iron plate but the pommel is not present. Instead, the tang continues beyond the handle and features a lanyard hole where a string can be tied to protect dropping of kukri away from the hand. The handle also has an added feature of finger grips (curvatures) to rest each finger in the handle. This supports in strong and secure grip (hold) which is very important when handling big and heavy knives. 

Sheath: It has a reddish brown leather scabbard. Near the mouth of the sheath, you can find a brown frog loop for the belt to go through and carry it. The “C” cut in the throat also adds to its fashion and uniqueness. The tip of the scabbard also features a small lanyard loop for string to tie around the thigh and prevent wobbling while in action.

What is a Scandi Grind ?? 
Scandi grind is a type of blade profile in which the blade's panel (thickness) is equal from spine till 1st point of bevel and then the bevel slants to 0* forming a sharp edge. There is no secondary edge in the blade's profile. The steep bevel generated from thick panel (surface) gives strength, support and toughness to the edge.











Blade length: 11 inches (27.90 cm) approx
Blade thickness: 9 mm approx
Handle length: 5 inches (12.70 cm) approx
Edge temper = 56-58 RC
Materials / Features: Brown-reddish leather scabbard, Indian rosewood FFT with finger grooves handle


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