HISTORIC BIG KNIFE Kukri with sheath (WS400484)

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  • Code: 5527
  • Manufacturer: armorer SPANISH
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Kukri is a symbolic weapon of Ghurka and used in the military conflicts such as Gurkha War (1814-1816) and both world wars: in the World War I in France and Near East and during the World War II in the North Africa, Italy, Greece and Syria and also against Japanese in the northeast India and Battle of Singapure (1942). Some of the scientists says the kukri was based on Greeks kopis or machaira. Today used  in traditional rituals such as animal sacrifice.

Blade of steel high-coal 1060 (requires the conservation)
The truly functional model is suitable for sharpening
Hilt with facings of wood
Wooden scabbard covered by leather

Length in the scabbard: 47 cm
Length without the scabbard: 43 cm
Length of the blade: 30.5 cm
Thickness of the blade by the hilt: 0.6 cm
Width of the blade at the hilt: 4 cm
Weight without scabbard: 0.75 kg
Weight with scabbard: 1 kg

The kukri is a traditional Nepalese knife used as both a tool and as a weapon. Designed primarily for chopping. Made of high carbon steel. The handle is made of wood.  Two smaller blades are used for sharpening and maintaining the kukri, eventually for striking fire. The blade is on the inside of knife. The scabbard is natural leather.