Giant siru sword farmer 20 inches long blade kukri:
Giant siru sword farmer 20” long blade, one fuller, hand forged top quality khukuri made by our masters (Born to khukuri maker). Handmade by "Bishwakarmas" using the top-quality materials in a very traditional way with traditional tools. The blade is very similar to our Sirupate series which has one fuller on the blade. You can see there are four rivets are attached to the handle for strong and more durability.
The total length of kukri is 32 inches, approximately blade length is 20 inches long where the handle length is 12 inches long. The spine of blade is 7mm from the bolster, 5mm from shoulder and Lower 1mm at the tip of blade. The handle is made from rose wood which is strong and durability. Amazing
This kukri is Ideal for survival, camping, fishing, hunting, bush craft, land management, or surveying.
Complementary: Certificate of Guarantee as 1 year.
Place of Origin: Dharan (Eastern part of Nepal).
Blade Size and Type: 20 inch (50cm) Handmade and Unpolished blade.
Handle Size: 12 inch (30cm) Buffalo Horn tail tang handle.
Overall length: 32 inches (80cm) long.
Material Used: Highly Graded Carbon Steel (car & jeep, truck suspense leaf spring, 5160) for blade. Water Buffalo lather for Scabbard (outside), buffalo horn for the handle, Pinewood for Scabbard (inside), White Metal and “Laha” (Traditional Nepalese glue which works for joining).
Weight: The total weight of kukri is 2000grams, only kukri’s weight is 1600 grams and rest of sheath weight is 400grams
Upper Spine: 7 mm.
Lower Spine: 1mm.
Hardness of steel: spine=22-25 RC, belly=45-46 RC, edge=54-55 RC.
Scabbard: Cotton Covered in buffalo leather. The scabbard has double frogs which are leather loops used to attach to the belt.
Karda & Chakmak: These are small knives come with Kukri. Karda is small knife used of skinning animal hairs. And Chakmak is used of sharpening the Kukri blade in its blunt. When you bid or buy this in order you will also get these two unique knives.
Where this Kukri is made?
The origin of the Kukri is in Nepal. And all the Kukris they made by only hand.