|Blade material||High carbon steel|
|Sheath material||Rosewood and Copper at Rivet|
|Handle material||”khare pipal”Wood and Refined water buffalo leather|
This is a 10 inch chitlange Khukuri . It was originated in “Chitlang”a traditional village of Nepal . It has a razor sharp blade. The handle properly fits the palm giving the user a strong grip with more agility. Historically it is a famous limbuwan Khukuri which was mainly used by the Limbu tribe “Indigenous tribe” of Nepal.
The balde is smooth and razor sharp that can be used for indoor and outdoor works. Two small Knives are also a part of this Kukri i.e. (Karda and Chakmak).
Karda is the sharp small knife which can be used to cut small woods, dig holes, skinning out animals etc. Similarly, we have chakmak that is typically used for honing the blade and striking sparks for fire.