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Khukuri is a medium-length curved knife each Gurkha soldier carries with him in uniform and in battle. In his grip, it is a formidable razor sharp weapon and a cutting tool for all Nepalese.

Comment by Data (C Thomas) on March 18, 2013 at 22:16

Got mine!

Comment by Jan Carter on October 8, 2011 at 17:37

This is a knife I have learned a lot about here on IKC, I do like them.  Can someone show me more of them?

Comment by RicK on July 8, 2011 at 21:07

KUKRI FANS you got them lets see them !! heres my girls enjoy .

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on March 17, 2011 at 2:57

One of my new Khukuri blade crafted by this House called as "The Defender". It has a 12" blade, 5" handle, 1cm spine thickness, widest cutting part is 5cm, it weigh 1000 grams with the case on and has a beautiful handle design. Just to let my friends know what I was busy with........

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Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on September 13, 2010 at 4:00

Thanks Frank, that is an awesome collection and the intro to all your blades. Hope your collection gets bigger. I will surely look into your page and see more.

Comment by Frank yanez on September 4, 2010 at 7:20

Hay sanjay.Thanks the knives are a benchmade bushmaster when thay were still
in hollywood ca,the dagger is an antique african arm war dagger then under that is an antique buffalo skining knife under the bushmaster is a cold steel carbonv
kukri under that is a hand forged kukri then a ww2 bowie,the one with a ram head handle is a antique push dagger then we have a hand made damascus folder by henery morgan then a rifelmans patch knife and last but not least is a antique kukri.I hope all this did not bore you.thanks for the intrest in my knives look at my page and look at my picts to see the rest of my collection thanks Frank.

Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on August 17, 2010 at 15:40

hey Sanjay that Sirupate looks awesome! it is really big! i like the design, and that it is a full tang knife is really cool. the handles look very comfortable. it is overall a great looking knife!
its good to hear from you, and i am glad your business is doing good. i know i Love my Khukuri! thanks!

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on August 17, 2010 at 0:42

Dear Friends, have not regular with my updates, have just been busy with my business, looking after my store, we have many visitors in Nepal from all over the world and that has kept me busy making khukuri blades and selling them. Let me share a new Sirupate 15" blade we just crafted a few days ago. Do let me know how you all find it?

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on August 17, 2010 at 0:37

Hi Frank, welcome to Khukuri blade group, you have a good collection too. looks like you have all kinds of great blades there. Can you please explain the types of blades you have there? They're awesome looking.

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on August 17, 2010 at 0:34

Hi Rolf, those are awesome finds and collections. Myself being in this business for so many years have not seen such collection like you have. The one that has stamping at the spine of the blade is really old. This is a great find. Look forward to see more.

Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on August 4, 2010 at 9:29

those are awesome finds Rolf! your collection is really growing. thanks for sharing your recent finds

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on August 4, 2010 at 7:39

Hallo and Namaste Boys ( and Girls ? ),i will you show Pics from my last Khukuris ar digging on Ebay.And a Blade from Damast I self forging,its not Show Damast ,no it is for Working.I hope you are all Okay .Regards Rolf ( Knivesmith )

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Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on May 4, 2010 at 3:48

Hi Capt jeff, good to know this that the Jungle Khukri is working well for you. For many it is just a momento but for you it proved a great tool. Do look after it. Sanjay......

Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on April 23, 2010 at 19:40

My Jungle Khukuri is AWESOME!!!!! i have been using it alot lately! i sometimes go to bon fires at a freinds house and i will take my Khukuri with me! no need for an axe, i just use the khukuri! i am very pleased with it! thank you very much!!

Comment by RicK on April 23, 2010 at 13:34

great looking boy you got there rolf , still a big puppy at heart i bet , know you and yours are safe .

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on April 23, 2010 at 8:51

Hi Capt Jeff, how are you? Hows your Jungle Khukuri?

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on April 23, 2010 at 8:50

Hi Rolf, great collection and what a buy! Some pieces are very unique and never seen before.

Dogs, what can i say about them. I have 3 myself. Cheers.

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on April 23, 2010 at 6:05

Hi Ric ,here a more Pics from my Dog .I hope my user Friend are also interesting from .Wenn not ,sorry , Greats Rolf (knivesmith )

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Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on April 22, 2010 at 16:23

great pics Rolf! thanks for sharing! you have a big collection, and yes it is the best knife in the world!!

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on April 22, 2010 at 12:44

Hallo Friends ,this Khukuris on the Pictures I found by Ebay ,an now thats my.And a Picture from my Dogs on security.Greats to the Friends of the best Knive of the World (:))

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Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on March 4, 2010 at 19:47

just recieved my very FIRST Khukuri knife from The Khukuri House in Kathmandu India! what an amazing knife!! i got the army Jungle khukuri with the satin finish. i am soo happy!
thanks Sanjay!!! i got the bug now i want more!!!!

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 21, 2010 at 0:40

Hi Rofl,

You have an awesome collection, a room full of Khukuri blades. How many is there and from where are they from? Look mostly from Nepal. How long have you been collecting them? Awesome again.

Sanjay..............

Comment by David Carter on January 20, 2010 at 12:08

Rolf, very nice collection !!!
..........................................D.M.C.

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on January 20, 2010 at 9:45

My self forging Khukuri

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Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on January 20, 2010 at 8:29

Hallo Friends ,moore Pictures from my Khukuris and user Knives and Hawks ,four Hawks is self bouw from me .The last Knive is a ;;african Khukuri "

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 15, 2010 at 3:36

Hi Rolf, that's some nice work done on the handle, especially the carving. I like how the Khukuri blade looked after the finish. Bones are hallow inside right, what have you filled it up with?

Sanjay...........

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on January 15, 2010 at 3:17

Hallo ,teh Khukuri Blade is from India but the Hanle is from mee (Argentina Cow Bone ),the user Picture is a Handle ,I m testing carfing Deerantler . Rolf..

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Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 15, 2010 at 3:04

Hi David, it seems it turned out to be a very new kind of Blade, not a Khukuri and not a knife but a new kind. Yes it looks like a very good chopper. Do try again with a drawing.

Sanjay..........

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 15, 2010 at 2:56

Hi Rolf, thank you so much for the picture and that is some collection you have there. I being a Khukuri maker and seller myself, I see you have a Jungle kind, a Classic kind, a Bhojpure kind, a Decorated made in india kind, a Dhankute horn kind and a world war type. You can further log into my site and see its similarities. Nice collection. Waiting to see more.

Sanjay.

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on January 15, 2010 at 2:39

Hallo, this is a littel part of my Khukuris ,more Picturs ei will Show next Week . Namaste Rolf

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Comment by David Carter on January 14, 2010 at 13:10

HEY GUYS,
Had Khukuri on my mind when I started forging, ended up with this and it works very well chopping branches for firewood, next time I'll have a drawing or template NEXT TO MY ANVIL.........D.M.C.

Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on January 14, 2010 at 11:32

hey Rolf sounds like you have a great collection!! i would love to see the pictures! maybe you can start a discussion featuring the pics our your blades, then others can display theirs aswell!

Comment by Rolf Ferdusch on January 14, 2010 at 10:58

Hallo Sanjay and all Khukuri Frinds .I have all my Khukuris from Ebay and Egun also i have a lot of Damascus Khukuriblades from North India.And one Blade i self forging.One part of my Khukuris ,,india deco Sh...",a lott new K. from ,,The Khukuri Shop ". an other Part millitaryKhukuris from WWI and WWII .The other Khukuris are all different ,i have from USA ,Cannada ,Swizerland , UK and Germany.Better i show Pictures. Rolf....

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 12, 2010 at 7:06

Hello Rolf, your english is good enough for us to understand so don't say it is not. Welcome aboard to this great site and glad to have you in this Khukuri Blade group. you say you have 90 Khukuri blades. Wow that's quite some collection you have there. Even myself as a Khukuri Business guy got me interested to know what kind are there. So if you willing to share , your most welcome to do so.

Sanjay...

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 12, 2010 at 0:58

Hi David, pleased to know how my site helped you know what you wanted to know. Do try again forging a Khukuri blade and find out the strength this blade gives.

Sanjay...........

Comment by David Carter on January 11, 2010 at 19:00

Hello again khukuri house, I was very pleased to find the following info on your website, I've been wondering for some time what that notch was for , Thanks...........D.M.C.

One unique thing that makes one swallow his fear is the notch just before the start of the blade. What it really did and still does is to interrupt the blood flow to the handle and to let it drip to the soil so one can maintain grip during battle. It is also believed to be a promise by a Gurkha soldier not to kill women and child. The notch also appears to be like a cow foot which is holy and worshiped in Nepal.

Comment by David Carter on January 11, 2010 at 8:00

HELLO ALL..something about the khukuri interests me so I attempted to forge one for myself, end result , not a khukuri but a very useable camp chopper, gonna try again soon.........D.M.C. out

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 11, 2010 at 6:08

Dear friends of my Khukuri Blade Group, I have come up with a new Khukuri Blades called the "Mini MEAN Supreme". Its the 1st new Khukuri blade my workshop has come up with this year and more to follow soon. I have its link below.

http://www.khukuriblades.com/products/details.php?id=323031fc812

Let me know your reviews on it. Cheers!

Sanjay..........

Comment by Sanjay Khukuri on January 5, 2010 at 7:27

Hi Capt Jeff, very happy to start this group. I am glad you liked it and hope others will too. I would like to share some fantastic Khukuri Blades my Black Smiths here in Nepal craft using their bare hands and with basic ordinary tools.

Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on January 4, 2010 at 13:12

Comment by CaptJeff Saylor on January 4, 2010 at 12:54

hello Sanja. i think this is going to be an awesome group! thanks for starting it!
i am looking forward to getting my first Khukuri blade!

CJS

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