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About the Gurkhas 15. Inch Sirupate Panawal Handle Kukri:
This is traditional and most famous kukri knife among Nepalese people. The name Sirupate is derives from "SIRU" (a kind of grass) which is very narrow and sharp. Unlike other kukri's the blade of this kukri is very narrow so this kukri is named as Sirupate Khukuri. This kukri is very famous in Nepal. 15" blade is made of Highly Graded Carbon with balanced temper on the edge of the blade therefore its very strong. 6" long handle is rat tail style and is made of very strong Indian Rosewood. this kukri can be used for chopping wood, bone or cleaning bushes and all kind of domestic or backyard work. The scabbard is made out of cotton-wood wrapped with natural water buffalo leather which is dying with black color. The scabbard has a leather loop called Faraas with a frog which used to attach to the belt.
Two Accessory Knives: The Karda; which has a sharp edge is used of skinning animal hairs & other one is called Chakmak (blunt) is used for sharpening blade.
Specification of Chainpure kukri
This is handcrafted kukri therefore please note that each one might have slight variations in measurement.
Blade Size & Type: 15"OR 38.10 cm, Highly Grade Carbon Steel, Highly Polished.
Blade Thickness: 3/8" Or 0.95mm at the spine(Approx.)
Handle size: 6" Or 15.24 cm, Full tang, made of Rose wood
Overall Length: 21" or 53.34 cm from tip to pommel. (Approx.)
Sheath: Cotton Covered in Buffalo hide
Blade Weight: 1.52 Lb or 700 grams
Overall Weight: 2 lbs or 24.70 oz or 907grams
Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs or 1.25 Kg
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