Product code: K001
*Disclaimer: These Khukuris are all handmade in Nepal by craftsmen. They are not machine-made. Therefore, the materials, colours, grains, and finishes may differ slightly from the images shown. Blades, handles, and scabbards may have small blemishes or marks from the manufacturing process. These are not defects, they are part of the handmade finish.*
This Khukuri is a very famous knife among tourists and collectors because of the fact that it was actually used by Gurkha soldiers/army during the Second World War. It is the exact replica of the Mk III that was used in the world war era.
It is differentiated from the older MK I by its lack of a handle nut and a different blade shape.
This knife is slightly larger and more curved than the current Khukuri, issued to Gurkha soldiers/Gurkhas.
- High carbon tempered steel blade.
- Water buffalo leather scabbard.
- Indian Rosewood handle
- 1 Small Pen Knife
- 1 Small Sharpener
- Blade Length: 11 Inches
- Weight: 614 grams
- Origin: Nepal