Survival khukuri: My latest produce Modern kukri knife is great for buttoning through firewood, cutting tarp stakes, notching poles, trimming branches, chopping through old stumps for fatwood and also helps for making a tripod to hang supper from over a warm, inviting fire after a long day in the wild. The knife in the handle comes in handy for whittling and carving the smaller stuff and preparing meals, and the saw, although short, does work quite well for trimming off small to medium branches. Both blades hold a decent edge and when needed they sharpen up nicely. Along with the chopping abilities of a machete or bolo, this wilderness survival knife also can be used as a draw knife, and a notching tool for setting up many types of primitive traps (where legally allowed), and tons of other uses in bush craft. Top edge behind saw is not sharpened. Constructed with Full flat Tang 58 to 60 HRC hi graded carbon Steel Blade and Wood Grain Handle. The spine is 7mm and the bevel is 8mm where the widest part of the blade is 4.6 cm. The weight of the blade is 900 grams with sheath. The blade, in the handle area is flat and not narrow and pointed as in other knives (full flat 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 and a lanyard hole is also available to carry this kukri knife. No karda chak mak are offer with this kukri.
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