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ARMY KHUKURI KNIFE

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In this army type khukuri knife, Khukuri Knife . Com offers the various types of khukuries which have been used by the soldiers. The khukuries found in this category are famous for the warfare. The Gurkha soldiers have been using these khukuries for many years. Many Gurkha soldiers have fought the battle with the help of these khukuries against their enemy and have won the battle many times. These khukuries have created a great history of brave Gurkha soldiers. Because of these magnificent khukuries the brave Gurkha soldiers have become a world renowned warriors for their bravery. The blade of these khukuries are so thin and fine that they give the khukuries an excellent cutting power. Though used by army in warfare these khukuries can be used by any one. Equally beautiful these khukuries can also be used for the decoration purpose. Ceremonial Khukur knife, Jungle Khukuri knife , Nepal Army knife and Service No. 1 are categorized under Army Khukuries.
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  • Apply machine/gun oil on the blade of a khukuri (kukri) at least once a month and every time after use.Make sure not to leave any fingerprint on the blade of a khukuri.
 
  • Incase rust develops on the blade of a khukuri (kukri), rub it off with fine sandpaper, clean the dirt using some petrol, wipe it off with a clean cloth and apply oil.
 
  • Use shoe polish for the leather case, brasso for the brass fittings and silvo for silver cases.
 
  • Use shoe polish for the leather case, brasso for the brass fittings and silvo for silver cases.
 
  • Do not encircle the scabbard with your fingers while drawing out your Khukuri (kukri).
 
  • Care should e taken not to expose the khukuri (kukri) scabbard to the sun for a long period of time as heating may help it to shrink a bit and hence making the blade difficult to insert.
 
   
   
   
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ceremonial Khukuri

ceremonial_khukuri Khukuri Name: Ceremonial Khukuri (Knife)
Khukuri Size: Blade : 10.5" Handle : 4.5"
Khukuri Weight: 1000 Grams (Weight After Packing)
Material Used: Carbon Steel, Leather, Horn.
Khukuri Price: US $ 41.99
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The Gurkhas carry this Khukuri on special occasions like ceremonial Khukuri drill presented before high ranking military officers or dignitaries. The Gurkha withdraws the khukuri from the scabbard and display out for inspection with their rifle between their knees as a mark of respect to the officers and dignitaries. During the presentation they withdraw the khukuri
from scabbard and hold it out for guest inspection.The blade is also skillfully crafted and recruitment date of each soldier is engraved. A soldier retains this khukuri throughout their army career and is a prize possession after retirement. he size of this khukuri measures 10.5" and handle measures 4.5" and weighs 1000 grams approximately. Blade made from reinforced steel used in railway tracks handle made from water buffalo horn and sheath is made from high quality pattern leather of water buffalo hind.
 
World War Khukuri - Polished
Khukuri Name: Jungle Khukuri (knife)
Khukuri Size: Blade : 10.5" Handle : 4.5"
Khukuri Weight: 1000 Grams (Weight After Packing)
Material Used: Carbon Steel, Rosewood, Leather.
Khukuri Price: US $ 38.99
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The unique shape of this 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 Khukuri also. The sight of this
formidable Khukuri in the hands of the Gurkha soldiers was enough to bring the enemy at their wit's ends. The blade of this Khukuri is made from reinforced steel mostly used in railway tracks and the scabbard is made of buffalo hind and the handle is made from buffalo horn. The size of this Khukuri measures 10.5" and handle measures 4.5" and weighs 1000 grams approximately.
 
Jungle Khukuri - Unpolished
jungle_khukuri Khukuri Name: Jungle Khukuri (knife)
Khukuri Size: Blade : 10.5" Handle : 4.5"
Khukuri Weight: 1000 Grams (Weight After Packing)
Material Used: Carbon Steel, Leather, Horn, Brass.
Khukuri Price: US $ 37.66
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It is a totally unpolished full - size khukuri used for jungle warfare. It is designed for rough use so no finishing is done on the blade. Also, the unpolished handle gives user better grip and easier to handle. It is an optional knife for British Gurkha Soldiers to be used for training and combat. It is later camouflaged by green cotton cloth or similar materials by

soldiers for warfare. Jungle resembles the originality of a khukuri, as khukuries were not polished when they were initially made centuries ago. It is very famous among users because of its typical look and special feature. he size of this khukuri measures 10.5" and handle measures 4.5" and weighs 1000 grams approximately. Blade made from reinforced steel used in railway tracks, handle made of rosewood and sheath is made of high quality pattern leather of water buffalo hind. It is all-purpose utility knife.

 
Nepal Army Khukuri
nepal_army_khukuri Khukuri Name: Nepal Army Khukuri (knife)
Khukuri Size: Blade : 9" Handle : 4"
Khukuri Weight: 900 Grams (Weight After Packing)
Material Used: Carbon Steel, Leather, Horn, Brass.
Khukuri Price: US $ 33.99
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This khukuri is traditionally carries either in war or in civil life. This khukuri is issued to Royal Nepal Army (Gurkha Army) and Police Armed force. Nepal Army khukuri is slightly smaller than the standard size as this knife is used on both occasions, for parade (the khukuri drill) and when on duty. This khukuri is the simplest one which is used in warfare by soldiers and has
no other important uses expect in warfare. he size of this khukuri measures 9" and handle measures 4" and weighs 900 grams approximately. Blade made from reinforced steel used in railway tracks, handle made from water buffalo horn and sheath is made from high quality pattern leather of water buffalo hind.
 
Service No. 1 Khukuri
service_no_1_khukuri Khukuri Name: Service No. 1 Khukuri (knife)
Khukuri Size: Blade : 10.5" Handle : 4.5"
Khukuri Weight: 1000 Grams (Weight After Packing)
Material Used: Carbon Steel, Leather, Horn, Brass.
Khukuri Price: US $ 35.99
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This is the most common and popular khukuri amongst the Gurkha soldiers, This khukuri is issued to all British gurkha soldiers during enlistment and is retained by them through their arm career. This khukuri is used during parade and combat and is regularly inspected by an office. This khukuri scabbard has twin stripes and brass bottoms at the back part

for the belt to got through, Unlike other khukuries. he size of this khukuri measures 10.5" and handle measures 4.5" and weighs 1000 grams approximately. Blade made from reinforced steel used in railway tracks, handle made from water buffalo horn and sheath is made of high quality pattern leather of water buffalo hind.

 

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