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Testimonials (1st Hand)

I wish you a good day and thank's for your beautifull products (i order an "Operation iraki freedom" and it is a really good blade!

Guillaume GUILLET



Product was received today in good condition. The khukri looks excellent. Thank you for correspondence.

Best Regards,

Begner Brian


Product was received today in good condition. The khukri looks excellent. Thank you for correspondence.

Best Regards,

Begner Brian


Two days ago, I received delivery of my "Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan)" khukuri, and I could not have been more pleased with the heft and craftsmanship. What an extraordinary knife, and it became immediately apparent that this is a serious tool/weapon. I took it out back into the woods for a trial run and was blown away by the performance. It's incredible that a 10" blade can deliver that kind of chopping power. So I send my congratulations to the craftsmen of KHHI and honor the long Nepalese tradition of hand-made knives.

Thank you for an excellent blade and for the prompt service. You can be assured that I will be ordering again in the future.


James Hankins
Dear people from KHHI,

Just a note to inform you that in my opinion the custom knife is an outstandig piece of work. The balance is great, the knife is an awesome chopping tool for its relatively small size and it's still very easy to control for precision tasks.

Thanks guys!

Nens van Alfen

I am sending you this email to inform you that my knife has arrived. I am very pleased. It is an exceptionally beautiful knife, and the quality is excellent. I have been showing the knife to my friends, and i hope they become your customers as well. I will definitely order another knife for myself as soon as I decide what I want.

I do have 1 question about my knife. On the right side of the handle the rivet closest to the blade has the number 26 engraved into it. What is the significance of the 26?

Thank You,



Gyanraj Basnet,

Today I received my Khukuri and let me tell you: it's fantastic!!!Everything is perfect, the craftsmanship displayed is awesome, you used the best materials to realize my project. Please thank your Kamis that worked on it for me and tell them that they are the absolute best in the world.

I have a curiosity: has the fuller on the blade been ground (with removal of material) or hammered down? In any case truly outstanding.

Thank you so much and feel free to use my comments in your website!


Walter Vella 

Dear Gyanraj Basnet,

It is with pleasure that I can tell you that the kukris you sent me have now arrived safely.

Iill practice with the 6 kukris – to get a feel for their capabilities. As they are of quite different weight and length, and, hence, of different moments of inertia, the kukris will certainly handle quite differently.

During the coming summer vacation (July), we (my family) will be staying at our summer cabin, which is situated in a forest by a lake – it is a perfect place for carrying and using a kukri on a regular basis. I expect to order other of your kukris, that are of interest to me. I particularly like your “design your own kukri”-service – that one I will try.Possibly, you might be interested in a few first impressions that I have of the 6 kukris that I have received?

GI4 (Gurkha Issie 4): A splendid “tool” for whatever task that might be at hand! The handle is good to grasp. The scabbard is roomy enough, so that the blade can be drawn effortlessly. Furthermore, the scabbard has two straps/hoops(?) that make hanging the kukri from a belt unproblematic. It is easy to see that this was an army issue piece of equipment – when you need it, it will be ready in a flash!

3 Chirra (the Beast): If anything, the handle is even better than the one on the GI4. The single strap/hoop(?) of the scabbard makes it easy to hang the kukri from the belt. The scabbard itself has a problem, though. It is too tight fitting around the blade. If the blade is pressed into the scabbard all the way until the handle touches the top rim of the scabbard, it takes a lot of hard work to draw the blade out again. Somebody going into “harm’s way”, carrying this 3 Chirra, would have had to get another scabbard. There will be a next time when I order kukris from you, then I will buy another, roomier, scabbard for my 3 Chirra, which I know I will be very fond of. It is a fairly heavy kukri, but not being overly long, it is still easy to swing it quickly. It instills great confidence!

15” Victor: This is a MASSIVELY built kukri! It is not a kukri that will be easy to move quickly, that is, naturally, a result of it’s great length and large mass towards the point. The single strap/hoop(?) makes it easy to hang this kukri from a belt. If one would want to hang such a heavy kukri on a belt, is another matter. I will have to think about that. The maximum width of the handle is 38 mm and the depth is also 38 mm. That, together with the spacing of the “finger ridges”, make the handle more suitable for the hand of a giant, than hands of normal sizes. The handle design is excellent, and I will want to have this type of handle on at least one of the kukris I am to order from you, but I think you should consider making the handle quite a bit slimmer (width and depth) and also making the finger ridges less pronounced. In this context: it is not uncommon to find finger ridges on handgun grips. If these ridges are tall and the spacing is such that the ridges do not fit the shooter’s hand, the gun so equipped, can be very uncomfortable to shoot.

Einar Fernholt


KHHI Team,

I received both of my khukuris yesterday. I am extremely happy with the quality and craftsmanship of your products. I will be more than happy to refer KHHI to any other khukuri enthusiasts that I know, and I look forward to purchasing other khukuris from KHHI in the future.

Please extend a warm thanks to your team and talented craftsmen. I will have to stop by in person to visit, when I visit Nepal in the future.

Best regards,

I received the Khukuri about 10 days ago and am very grateful.  You did a great job.  Thank you.

PS – if I want another sheath - which can take being put into salt water - do you make those?  I believe the material commonly used is cordura.  Again thanks for doing a great job. 

Stuart P.Buchanan

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