The King Kukri machete is modeled after larger kukri examples from different regions in Nepal, and features a wide special fuller out of the middle (often referred to as a chirra) to give the large 12.6-inch blade a good amount of balance by removing some weight from its heaviest part, making this Kukuri much more lively and swift in the hand than would be expected from such a large bladed Kukri. The blade is crafted from well-tempered 1075 high carbon steel and is both tough and robust and well-capable of slicing and hacking through even very thick targets. The Kukuri is made as durable as possible by directly riveting its walnut grip scales to a very thick blade tang.
Included is a thick sheath of welted leather with buttoned retaining straps and a swivel-mounted belt loop.
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