Cold Steel Gurkha Kukri Plus 39LMC4


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Description

The Kukri blade, with its markedly downward curved blade, has long been identified with the Gurkha Warriors of Nepal, the ferocious mercenaries who have wielded this blade for over 150 years in the service of the British Empire.

The Cold Steel Gurkha Kukri was inspired by Cold Steel President, Lynn C. Thompson's close association with Dr. Maung Gyi, chief instructor of the American Bando Association, and a renowned martial artist with wide-ranging knowledge and skills. Under Dr. Gyi's tutelage, Lynn gained insight into the full potential of the Kukri and learned it was not just a chopping weapon but a piercing, slashing, and smashing weapon as well. Smashing techniques allow the Kukri to function as a hammer or mallet or to deliver non-lethal blows in a self-defence role. A concentrated blow with the back of the blade can break bones or be lethal if directed at the head.

With Dr. Gyi's input, Thompson designed a longer, narrower point for the Gurkha Kukri with more distal tapering to the spine. This resulted in a thinner, sharper point that can be deeply driven into thick, tough targets with minimal effort.

Finally, a masterfully designed Kraton handle was added to maximize the blade's fierce potential. Perfectly contoured and deeply checkered, it offers a superb non-slip grip and cushions the hand from the shock of the hardest blow.

Each Gurkha Kukri Machete is supplied with a Secure-Ex sheath to protect the blade and allow you to wear it safely and securely on your side always ready to defend you and your loved ones.



Specifications

  • Blade Length: 30.48 cm
  • Overall Length: 43.18 cm
  • Handle Length: 12.7 cm
  • Blade Steel: 4034 Stainless Steel
  • Blade Thickness: 7.6 mm
  • Blade Finish: Satin
  • Handle Material: Black Kray-Ex
  • Sheath Material: Secure-Ex Sheath
  • Made in Taiwan
  • Parallel Import: Yes

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