|Blade material||Highly graded carbon steel|
|Handle material||rosewood handle|
|Sheath material||Traditional “khare Pipal”Wood with fine Water buffalo leather Outer Lining|
It is a 10.5” Panawal Gripper khukuri. This is a strong blade construction very easy to handle. Gurkha Warriors carry service khukuri with them but at the time of war they carried a razor sharp khukuri as well, which is The Panawal Khukuri like this one . To make retention easier and more effective for user, the retention ring is replaced with finger grooves that keeps this knife in the hand with less effort.
Two small blades are also part of this khukuri i.e.(karda and Chakmak)
“karda” is a small ,sharp utility knife which can be used to cut small wood for kindling,carve holes,skinning animals etc. And the “Chakmak” a purposely blunt blade with high level of hardness that is used for honing the Khukuri and Karda in the field, and also for striking sparks for fire.