|Blade material:||High carbon steel|
|Sheath material:||“Pipal”, a type of fig wood and water buffalo leather|
|Handle material:||Rosewood and copper at rivet|
It is a 12″ Raw iron black Chitlange handle guard khukuri. It is a full tang khukuri well executed and annealed. The raw finish provides extra sheer and raw force. It is hunting khukuri with razor sharp blade and has much more tip speed for superior chopping, bushwork and combat purposes.
Despite a long length this khukuri achieves a commanding, refined balance that is agile when handled gently still delivering massive, controlled power with the input of energy. It is an exquisite blade. It is especially used by Limbus in Nepal. “Limbus” represent the traditional aborigines with their unique culture identity. Balance of this khukuri is great and the fit and finish is wonderful.
Two small blades namely Karda & Chakmak are also part of this khukuri. Karda is the sharp small knife which is typically used for carving, digging holes, skinning out animals, preparing kindling, whittling wood etc. Similarly, we have Chakmak that can be used for honing the blade and striking sparks for fire.