Tora KTM WW2 1/2nd GR Kukri (Pre-order - estimated to complete Feb-March 2019)

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Tora KTM WW2 1/2nd GR Kukri (Pre-order - estimated to complete Feb-March 2019)

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4.5 average, based on 2 reviews

£125.50


Product Information
Specification

Please note - you are placing a pre-order for this kukri.

Tora's WW2 1/2nd GR Issue kukri, is based on an actual 1/2nd GR WW2 kukri. This kukri is one of the most photographed kukri in WW2, and was made very famous by Lalbahadur Thapa when he won his V.C. at Ross-Ez-Zouai in April 1943, when he used his kukri in taking that position.
The Kukri has a 32cm long blade and rough weight guideline approx 480-550 grams, the handle is wood with a stick tang, and is housed in a military scabbard with military frogs, and includes Tinder Pouch, Chakmak & Karda utility knives.

For an easy way to sharpen your kukri please use this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vplOsEUgwIg

We strongly recommend that the wooden parts on all kukri are treated with the appropriate oil and wood treatment prior to use.

Please note that because all of our kukri are hand-made, variances in size, weight wood colour etc may well occur. You must be 18 yrs and over to purchase any knife or sword.

Please note that the kukri are now sent directly from Nepal.

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Product CodeTBK-LBT
ManufacturerTora Blades
Stock Level4
ConditionNew
Weight1kg


Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.5

WW 2 1/2nd battalion kukri

12345
This blade looks so beautiful and authentic. (Mar 24 2016, 02:25 AM)

Solid Blade for Small Hands

12345
Weight, balance and shape for a great mix of slicer and chopper, which is exactly what a kukri is supposed to be. Only draw back you may notice is that the handle is slightly smaller than most of Tora's other kukri, which is not such a bad thing, but personally (as somebody with medium sized hands) it does feel less controllable than other models. This is, however, easily fixed with a layer of paracord. And it goes without saying that this Kukri displays the same quality and usability as we have come to expect from all Tora blades. (Mar 21 2016, 10:19 AM)
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