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Nepal Army Ceremonial

Product code: KW-NA-003

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This Nepal Army khukuri or kukri is issued to Nepalese Army for which they had to retain throughout their career. As the khukuri or kukri being the National Weapon, it is compulsary for the Army to carry it be it in a War, Duty or any National Ceremony.

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Blade Size and Type 9 inch(23cm) and Unpolished blade, Handmade. Material Used Highly Graded Carbon Steel(car & jeep leaf spring, 5160) for blade. High Quality Synthetic Leather for the Scabbard(outside), water buffalo horn for the handle, Pinewood for Scabbard(inside), Brass and Laha(Nepali Traditional Glue).
Handle Size and Type 4. 5 inch(11cm) and Fixed blade handle. Overall Length 13.5 Inch.
Hardness of Steel spine= 22-25 RC, belly= 45-46 RC, edge= 58-60 RC. Place of Origin EGKH Factory Dharan(East Nepal).
Lower Spine Upper Spine
Weight 850.0000  Gram Handle Circumference 3.6 Inch
Price 24.0000    

Product Description

This Nepal Army khukuri or kukri is issued to Nepalese Army for which they had to retain throughout their career. As the khukuri or kukri being the National Weapon, it is compulsary for the Army to carry it be it in a War, Duty or any National Ceremony. The Nepal Army carry this Ceremonial khukuri (kukri) on special occasions like ceremonial khukuri (kukri) drill before high ranking officers or dignitaries. The Nepal Army withdraw the khukuri (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. As this khukuri or kukri has become synonyms to their uniform, they had to maintain it as part of their dress. It is time and time again inspected by the High Ranking officers.

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SKU KW-NA-003

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