Kopis Anciant "Pre kukri": The term kopis in Ancient Greece could describe a heavy knife with a forward-curving blade, The kopis is often compared to the contemporary Iberian falcata and the more recent, and shorter, Nepalese kukri. Or we can say its pre shape of kukri. In Ancient Greece could describe a heavy knife with a forward-curving blade, primarily used as a tool for cutting meat, for ritual slaughter and animal sacrifice, Jungle bushes. The blade is 16 inches long where the 6inches long rose wood handle attached with this kukri, Kopis. No karda chakmak included withi this kopis sword.
Materials: Bus, truck suspension spring leaf from, Rosewood, cotton wood, leather and Metal, Traditional glue called laha to fix handle with blade.