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Kukris M1937 Knife, 13" Blade Deluxe Model

Price: $26.95
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Item Number: BAY059

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13” heavy blade deluxe kukris – massive knife with large handle. Brass trim on a rosewood grip. Nice brass tip plain brown leather scabbard with adjustable belt loops and leather laces harness. This is the Cadillac of the series. This knife does not come with the "skinning" knives.
The fierce Gurkha soldiers are the elite fighting troops of the Indian army. Their very presence on the field of battle will often cause an enemy to fear for his life, due to the blood thirsty reputation of these powerful fighters. Every Gurkha carries a Khukuri (kukri) knife which he can use in deadly hand-to-hand combat. The Khukuri's razor edge could end the fight quickly, effectively slicing the enemy in two.

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(8 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
Better than you would think.
ken brusatti (Saint Louis, MO) 6/26/2017 4:41 PM
This blade with a little tlc on a grinder with 120 a 120 grit belt followed with honing on a oilstone will produce a razor edge it will hold , really for the price you can't go wrong it's a bit light at 1/8" thick but not an issue as long as you use it for what its intended for .
Has potential, but needs some work
Eric (Illinois) 6/20/2017 12:35 AM
Out of the box, it will be /extremely/ dull. But some time with a belt sander or a mill file will get it to where it will take and hold a pretty decent edge. Sheath isn't bad, better than those that come with a lot of kukris.
good blade with some work
Jeff Williams (Livingston, TX) 4/1/2013 12:12 AM
The blade comes completely dull with no edge at all, but it will take an edge fairly easily. Once I worked on it the edge on mine is fairly sharp and it is holding it well even with abuse. It is very heavy and no lightweight, but it chops extremely well. The handle is incredibly uncomfortable but I reworked it and made it better for me. It is a good blade for a great value if you are willing to do a little bit of work to it.
Coy Coleman (Olympia, WA) 11/7/2011 9:03 PM
Blade is actually 13 inches. I have a Nepal that claims 9 inch but really is 7 inches. Thinner blade than a Nepal but thicker than a Cold Steel $20 machette. Can actually bend it a little unlike 1/4 inch thick Nepals. The handle is so large you are not going to blister your hand. Some rough points in the handle but overall very good quality. I've seen short sword around this size! Giant pins and rivets and hardware. Sheath - decent but will need some work on the belt loops of the scabbard. Worth the Cash? YES! It is worthy of adding to a Kukri collection. It looks evil and will be a working knife! M-A-S-S-I-V-E !
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