World War II unique shape of this kukri knife was originated in Nepal and later emulated by Indian Gurkha Army in Dehradoon during World War II. It was so exclusively used in the war that Nepal could not meet the ever increasing demand. Dehradoon took up the charge and produced it in a massive scale. Hence it became known as Dehradoone Kukri also. The sight of this formidable Kukri in the hands of the Gurkha soldiers was enough to bring the enemy at their wit’s ends. The blade of this Kukri is made from reinforced steel mostly used in railway tracks and the scabbard is made of buffalo hind and the handle is made from rose wood.
Blade Size: 11”
Handle Size: 5.5”
Material: Wood, Carbon Steel and Leather.
Actual Weight: 900 gm
Weight With Packaging: 1200 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.