The Havildar kukri is based on a Kukri carried by a Havildar (Sergeant) in the Gurkhas during the
Burma campaign in WW2. The kukri comes with a 32.5cm long hollow forge blade with a 6cm belly
depth, with a weight of around 600 grams. The handle has brass fittings, with a horn handle, as per the
original. It comes in a good quality Military scabbard and carrying frogs. There is no Chakmak and karda
with the NKH Military range instead of it. This kukri was most likey made by the regimental or battalion
armoire to the Havildar's requirement, but also so that it corresponded Official pattern carry.
Recommended way of sharpening kukri, go to you tube and type in; Easy way of Sharpening a kukri
(NKH Kukri) Please note that because all of Nepalese Khukuri House products are hand-made, variances
in size, weight wood color etc may well occur.