The kukri knife is based on a historical Nepalese knife style that was used as both a weapon and a tool, made famous as the weapon of choice used by the Nepalese Army and the Gurkha regiments throughout the world. This traditional weapon is now available in a variety of styles here. We offer a range of kukri knives that includes both decorative and functional pieces, kukri knives for ceremony, kukri knives for combat, and kukri knives for survival use. Our ornate kukri make fantastic display pieces or ritual tools, and our tactical kukri are ideal for hunting, wilderness survival, or use in self-defense or combat. Many of our kukri knives are also great for everyday utility use. Great for slashing, chopping, and piercing, this multipurpose weapon is a must-have for collectors and makes an interesting addition to any arsenal.
The kukri or khukuri, originally a utility and ceremonial blade, has become a national symbol of Nepal and the fierce Gurkha warriors. This 17 Inch Stainless Steel Kukri displays the traditional curved shape of this formidable weapon.
This Assam Rifles Kukri is made to military stands for issue to the Gurkhas Assam Rifles Regiment. Quality construction ensures that this kukri is not only a workhorse, but also a reliable blade that excels at cutting and chopping.
Master the great outdoors with the Black Kukri Survival Knife. Its blade follows a traditional design that has withstood the test of time, perfect for tackling the myriad of tasks and challenges that await the modern survivalist.
A good kukri knife can provide you with a very handy weapon, one that can be used in about any survival situation or outdoor chore. This Black Stealth Gurkha Kukri makes a great lightweight blade that is also quite sleek to behold.
Every inch of a soldiers kit must be used in the most condensed, functional way possible, making the Chaos Kukri a great choice for a tactical knife. Its trench knife-inspired design steps up to the challenges of the modern warrior.
With a clean-cut design based on the traditional Nepalese knife, the Classic Kukri Knife displays a distinctive, inwardly curved edge. Made from stainless steel, this functional blade is a fantastic addition to any weapon collection.
For centuries, the Nepalese military has armed itself with the kukri, a blade so useful that other military groups in other countries, such as Britain, have followed suit. Put yourself in good company with the Condor K-Tact Army Kukri.
One of the most widely appreciated swords is the kukri, a curved blade developed by the Nepalese. This blade is so loved, in fact, that it has been modified to fit knives from all over the world, such as the Condor K-Tact Desert Kukri.
Originating from Nepal and perhaps inspired by the Greek kopis, the Kukri is a curved knife used for combat and utility tasks alike. This Damascus Rosewood Kukri comes with a leather sheath and the two traditional accessory blades.
The kukri has been used for centuries, dating back to 1814. This Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri is modeled after the kukri used by the Gurkhas even today and is made to similar standards, ensuring that this knife is very effective.
Our Gigantic Ceremonial Kukri has a hand forged blade made from high carbon steel. Each comes with regulation sheath. Blades of this size are sometimes used to beheads water buffalo for the traditional Gurkha sacred ceremony.
The Green Biohazard Survival Kukri updates the design of the kukri a bit, subtracting here and adding there to give it all the features that a survivor might want in a knife, in order to make it a more effective tool for zombie survival.
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