SiruPate White (Feather)
This distinct 7 inch mini Sirupate kukri fills in the vacancy for those who seek for 2 in 1; play n display...
- Blade Size (in): 7
- Handle Size (in): 4.5
- Handle Material: White wood
- Actual Weight (gm): 260
- Overall weight (gm): 400
- Shipping weight (gm): 650
- Blade finishing: Mirror
- Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
- Blade material: 5160
- Place of Origin: KHHI, Kathmandu, Nepal
- Accompanying knives/B-up: None
- Blade thickness (mm): 6
- Handle finishing: Semi Polished
- Sheath: Korean cream/off white special leather
- Tang type: Rat-Tail
- Fixture: Iron
- Edge grinding: Semi convex
- Edge Hardness: 52-54 hrc
- Blade (panel) Grinding: Full Flat
- Function: Trekking, Indoor, Gift, Domestic use, Regular Work
Mini SiruPate khukuri; white themed, small, slim & light like feather yet a functional kukri knife;
The mini version of the most popular Sirupate Kukri family; unique amongst the Sirupate series with whitewood handle and cream sheath
Khukuri House Handicraft Industry (KHHI) introduces yet another outstanding khukuri in its amazing product line. This distinct 7 inches long (very rare size) new kukri fills in the vacancy for those who seek for 2 in 1 extra featured kukri; play and display - ideally suited for those who want to use and display at the same time. As well because of its extra light weight and extreme mobility, it is highly recommended for trekking, camping, fishing, hiking and all sorts of wood and wild stuffs. It comes equally handy for domestic and household purpose too. The best part is you can wear it, use it, swing it and at the same time you can put it in the shelf to display or to adorn your room’s interior. Working and showing both goes equally well and side by side in this special kukri. The basic two small knives that normally come along are discarded to make the knife as light as possible.
Blade: The blade design follows the classic and famous 'Sirupate' profile. It is only 7inch long with mirror-polished finishing hence easy to use and maintain. The pattern/butta at the lower section of the blade with a hint of brass gives it an overall cute look.
Handle: The handle is same like the original classic parawal kukris where the rat-tail tang goes through the white rosewood handle and remains hidden. This tang is jammed to the handle with epoxy + wood dust mixture and locked at the bottom by a pommel. The exterior part of handle has white metal fixtures at the two ends and rings in the center of the handle (for extra grip).
Scabbard: A distinctly whitish overall look is given to the kukri to stand out from the crowd. The special cream colored scabbard protects the highly polished blade from scratches and bruises while in action (drawing in and out). Frog by the throat and loop in the tip both assist in easy carriage of the knife in body.
Two small knives Karda and Chakmak, are discarded.
Materials: Korean cream/off white special leather scabbard, white Indian rosewood handle, white metal fittings.