Product Description ::
It is replicated Gurkha badge kukri promoting by Nepalese Khukuri House. The replica that Gurkha soldiers carried and used in World War I-II, gets a new look and name. All famous Gurkha Regiments (Units) Badges are engraved by chemical on its both side blades recognized as Brigade of Gurkhas.
From the first:
1. RGR (Royal Gurkha Rifles)
2. 2nd G.R (2nd King Edwards Own Gurkha Rifles)
3. 6th G.R (6th Queen Elizabeth's Own Gurkha Rifles)
4. 7th G.R (7th Duke Of Edinburgh's Own Gurkha Rifles)
from the second part:
5. 10th G.R (Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles)
6. Q.G.E (Queen's Gurkha Engineers Gurkha Rifles)
7. Q.G.S (Queen's Gurkha Signals Gurkha Rifles)
8. Q.G.T.R (Queen's Own Gurkha Transport Regiment)
The handle is made of Rose Wood, where the metal of the blade in the handle area is flat and not narrow and pointed as in other knives (full tang). The blade is therefore visible all around the handle. The handle is joined strongly to the blade with two metal rivets that can also be seen at the sides. The blade of this Khukuri is made from graded carbon steel mostly used in railway tracks. The sheath is made of Buffalo hide. The measurement of this Khukuri is 16" along with 5.5" long handle and weighs 900 grams. The total shipping weight including display wooden stand with packing will 1.5kg.