** NEW ** KTM WW2 8th GR (Alloy Handle) (Pre-order - estimated to complete Feb-March 2019)

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** NEW ** KTM WW2 8th GR (Alloy Handle) (Pre-order - estimated to complete Feb-March 2019)

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Product Information

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

This is a very popular Alloy handled WW2 kukri of the 8th Gurkha Rifles, the first known date of the 8th Gurkhas wearing these kukri is in 1930 and they were used through to and including WW2 by both Officers and Rifleman. The kukri smiths have have done extremely well in making the handles in the correct fashion and materials.
The Kukri has a 31cm long hollow forged/ground blade 5cm, and it has a rough weight guideline of approx 480-550 grams, it is housed in a military scabbard with military frogs, and includes Tinder Pouch, Chakmak and 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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Part of the Order of the Day (20/12/1944) by Col. Walter Walker, as the 4/8th were to spearhead the advance from the book 'The Fighting General';

“I know we shall kill and utterly destroy the Japanese whenever and wherever we meet him. As Commandant of this Battalion I pin my faith in you. You have character; you have grit and guts; you have supreme courage; you have high morale; you have discipline; you have pride in your race; and now that you have confidence as a result of our recent training you are all going to be an everlasting credit to the cause which roused the manhood of Nepal and the land which gave you birth.” Walker was delighted that his guest could watch his Gurkhas ‘going in like terriers’ with drawn kukri

Walker had his Japanese body counts queried, when the Officer from Headquarters came to visit him, he arranged for Japanese heads to be put on either side of his Pagoda, which solved the problem of the body count.

Product CodeKTM-Alloy
ManufacturerTora Blades
Stock Level6

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