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This is a 6 inch Itihas kukri, Itihaas referring to History. It is replica of one of the famous Gurkha blade which has been in use since the first world war. The kukri was used during the first world war which made the Gurkhas as well as Nepal famous in the world. It is one of the most renowned kukri’s not just famous for its role in war but even amongst the knife collectors. It is one of the bestselling kukri’s. This particular one is a Custom made kukri of the Famous Gurkha kukri house. The blade of the kukri is made up of highly graded carbon steel (Car and jeep leaf spring, 5160). It is a full tang kukri . The handle is made Rosewood which are glued together by traditional Nepali glue called Laha. The handle has been modified by our factory in such a way that it’s more stable, comfortable and stronger than the one that was used during the World War. The modification gives the kukri a nice look along with better stability and endurance. There are two rivets securing the handle. The kukri comes with a Scabbard which is made up of water buffalo leather infused with pinewood. The kukri comes with two small accessory blades called Karda and Chammak. The handle is 4 inch and the blade is 6 inch. The overall length of the kukri is 10 inch.
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Itihass kukri is one the famous kukris. The name referes to History, which denotes that the kukri is a historical one. This kukri is similar to the Paanwala. The blade of the kukri is made from High graded Carbon steel (Car and jeep leaf spring 5160). The blade is handmade and unpolished. The handle is made up of Rosewood in which the wood is fused together using a traditional Nepali glue called Laha. The size of the blade is 6 inch, It is a full tang kukri. The overall length is 11 inches, with the handle being 5 inches long. It is one of the most comfortable kukris. It has been used for a long time in daily activities. The kukri comes with a Scabbard made up of water buffalo leather which is fused with pinewood. The Itihass comes in Various shapes and sizes. The kukri weights 470gms. Hardness of steel : spine=22-25 RC, belly=45-46 RC, edge=54-55 RC.