Genuine Ghurka Khukuri w/ Scabbard
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    Without a doubt, the khukuri is a king among edged weapons! There is no other knife that we are aware of, that can out chop, slice, or stab quite as well as the khukuri.

    It is the national knife of the country of Nepal and is the constant companion of Gurkha soldiers who volunteer for service in the British Army, from both Nepal & India. It is also the favored all-purpose knife used by civilians in those countries. The blade is 12 in. long & 1/4 in. thick in the spine. It is forged from high carbon steel, full-tang through the grip, & fitted with a steel butt cap. Grip material is a native hardwood, which can easily be reshaped to the owners requirements.

    The notch on the blade is symbolic of the Hindu goddess Shiva, "goddess of might".

    The traditional sheath is made from hand carved wood, covered with goat skin, & brass tipped. The suspension system is made of full-thickness goat skin.

    The traditional small accessory blades (Karda--sharp utility knife. Chamchak--dull edge for touch -up sharpening of the big blade) are included.

    12 in. blade, 16 1/2 in. overall.

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.44 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Jonathan Fortunato on May 11, 2014   4 out of 5

    A great piece, and absolutely worth the price.

    My only negative notes are that the two smaller knives are going to need need a lot of work to be useful, and that the leather dye will rub off onto your hands if they are wet.

    A cool feature: because it's hard to take out of the sheath when it's on your belt, the entire sheath slides out of the suspension system

    Just know that it comes more dull that a butter knife



    Reviewed by Marc McGee on Nov 04, 2013   4 out of 5

    I am pleased with what I got. The accessory knives are crap and the leather strap to hold the case up does not fit, but for the price it is is nice blade. I had to sharpen it but overall worth the money.



    Reviewed by Dan Strong on Sep 26, 2013   3 out of 5

    great blade if u don't mind the sharpening process it is dull and the karda and chakmak both need a lot of finishing work the scabbard is poor smelly leather it probably would have been fine but i removed it and customized mine any ways it chops well once sharpened same with karda and the chakmak i made into a good multipurpose tool for flint striking a flat head screw driver and if chopping and blade begins to lame out it dose really work to quickly touch up the blade with a few controlled passes of it. i like the hole deal it is customizable O and the wood on the handle wiggles a little when chopping ill get to changing that though soon enough i will soon order another for my wife or brother they are so f-ing badass.



    Reviewed by terrill jones on Mar 04, 2013   5 out of 5

    this knife is actually quite legit, you can see where the hammerblows have left the blade almost but not perfectly flat. the blade is carbon steel, so have some oil on the blade when storing it. it does come rather dull but not a huge setback. after chopping a sizeable enough log. also this knife is a huge knife and will do the job. the two other knives are useless unless you sharpen them, but the same could be said about the kukri. i've had my kukri for at least 6 months and would recomend this knife to people who does want function over exquisite craftmanship. there were a few defects in the handle and buttplate but nothing that is going to take away from the effectivness. the sheath also tends to flop around unless you make another peice of leather hold the upper part of the sheath as well, enjoy your huge knife



    Reviewed by Jonin Sho on Aug 31, 2012   5 out of 5

    Worth it! Dependable purchase! May order another.



    Reviewed by Clint McCarter on Aug 28, 2012   4 out of 5

    ok ordered this 24 hours ago and now i got it how great is that. if you are looking for a real Kuhkri then get this one it is a lot better than most i have seen. and its bigger than you think the picture dos not do it justice. it needed a little sharping but that ok. now the two little knifes that come with it are useless unless you grind a edge to them and use them as punchers. the sheath is great.



    Reviewed by Caleb Carpenter on Mar 06, 2012   5 out of 5

    i am Very impressed with this purchase.
    for $20, i did not expect this kind of craftsmanship.

    The Kukri- Heavy (not too heavy), sturdy, brutal and just overall awesome in every way.
    And this may not mean much to most people,
    but i hate buying a knife, and then turning it over to see "CHINA", or "INDONESIA" ect. posted in bold letters at the base of the blade, it always bugs me, but this is not the case with this knife.
    its not sharp but thats often a given when buying knives online. And id prefer to put the edge on it myself anyway.

    The Smaller knives - I hear a lot of people that complain that they are useless, or that they throw them away because they serve no purpose. In reality, one is meant to be kept dull, for sharpening the kukri and striking flint for fire. And the other is meant to be kept sharp as a utility/skinning knife.

    The Sheath- it is SO much more sturdy and well crafted than i expected. my only complaint is that there was a small pea-sized patch of goat skin pealed off of the wood structure of the sheath, but im certain it was caused by the fact that it was packed with a bundle of other items.. nobodies fault really, as it was well packaged.

    5 out of 5
    ill be using this while camping in remote areas, so yes i would say i trust its structure to hold up in a stressed/survival environment.



    Reviewed by MICHAEL S. WHITLOCK on Feb 25, 2012   5 out of 5

    IF YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED A TOP QUALITY, CARBON STEEL, AUTHENTIC "GURKHA KHUKURI" FOR HEAVY DUTY UTILITARIAN PURPOSES & DID NOT WISH TO HAND OVER SOME HEAVY $$$$ FOR AN IMPORT FROM NEPAL, YOUR SEARCH IS OVER !!!! I ORDERED ONE ON THURSDAY & WAS DELIVERED VIA FED-EX THE FOLLOWING SATURDAY MORNING @ 0830 HOURS. HAVE PURCHASED SIMILAR KNIVES FROM "SI" AND FROM "BTS", BUT THIS ONE FROM "TRUE SWORDS" HAS BEEN THE BEST. NOT ONLY THE KNIFE, BUT ALSO THE QUALITY OF THE SHEATH--FIRST CLASS ALL THE WAY.

    HOWEVER, THE ACCESSORY KNIVES WERE PRETTY MUCH USELESS, BUT THEY ARE NOT THE STAR OF THE SHOW!!!

    PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR, AND PURCHASE ONE OF THESE AS SOON AS THEY GET MORE IN THEIR INVENTORY. ATTA-BOY TRUE SWORDS!!!!!!



    Reviewed by David Penrod on Nov 19, 2011   4 out of 5

    large blade was well made. The smaller blades appeared damaged and not well made..but all in all a great gift for a friend of mine. He loves it



    Reviewed by Gene walters on Sep 11, 2011   4 out of 5

    the two small accessory knives are worthless. just a rough cut piece of steel topped off by a piece of wood. the main knife was nice and solid all it was missing was a sharp edge. hefty steel in would take the top off any head even without a sharp edge



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