The Gurkhas carry this service ceremonial kukri knife on special occasions like ceremonial Kukri drill presented before high ranking military officers or dignitaries. The Gurkha withdraws the kukri from the scabbard and display out for inspection with their rifle between their knees as a mark of respect to the officers and dignitaries. During the presentation they withdraw the kukri from scabbard and hold it out for guest inspection.The blade is also skillfully crafted and recruitment date of each soldier is engraved. A soldier retains this kukri throughout their army career and is a prize possession after retirement. he size of this kukri measures 10″ and handle measures 5.5″ and weighs 700 grams approximately. Blade made from reinforced steel used in railway tracks handle made from water buffalo horn and sheath is made from high quality pattern leather of water buffalo hind.
Blade Size: 10”
Handle Size: 5.5”
Material: Wood, Carbon Steel and Leather.
Actual Weight: 700 gm
Weight With Packaging: 1000 gm
Origin: Dharan (Eastern part of Nepal)
Shipping Provider: DHL Express or TNT Express or EMS Express
Shipping Time: Usually ships within 48 hours. Allow 3-5-7 business days for delivery worldwide.