Rare beauty. There are not many superlatives to describe this incredible Kukri style knife. This is the result of a personal project by Browning's tactical expert Jared Wihongi. And it shows.
This knife is more than ordinary. A kukri is a traditional Nepalese knife. It has a unique, inwardly curved blade, and functions very similar to a machete. In practice it is used as both a tool and as a weapon in Nepal. Traditionally it was, and in many cases still is, the basic utility knife of the Nepalese people.
- Fixed kukri blade Massive 3/16" thick flat ground 8Cr14MoV stainless steel blade - Authentic blood groove and blood notches - Brushed finish is etched with a Maori warrior tribal motif handle Black and tan sculpted G-10 scales - Flush fit fasteners features Full-tang construction - Stainless steel bolster with brass accent - Lanyard eyelet - Rugged Kydex sheath with quick release belt clip plus slots and eyelets attaches easily to a belt, back pack, web gear or laces to a vest
- Type: Fixed Blade - Sheath Description: Kydek - Main Blade Length: 9" - Overall Length: 15" - Blade Composition: 8Cr13MoV - Handle Features: Full Tang:Guard/Lanyard Hole - Handle Material: G10 - Color: Black - Secondary Color: Tan - Rockwell Steel Hardness: 56-58 - Serrated Blade: No
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