The massive success of the exclusive “Eagle” handle and famous “World War” blade influenced the creation of this unique and useful khukuri. The name says it all in a typical and strict military terms; locate the subject /object, destroy it and get victorious. This is what the 15” Victor is constructed to do; one lethal blow and the target bites the dust. Similarly along with its superb cutting and hacking abilities it is as good and effective as a stabbing knife because of its special “Eagle” type handle where it restricts the using hand within the handle area and hence safe-guarding of the hand is achieved. KHHI gets better and bigger with the release of this one of a kind superb creation and a mortal weapon. Victory is an inch away with Victor in hand, “Kill it before it kills you”..
Blade: The most famous and legendary kukri, “World War” makes the blade of Victor but in 15 inches large length. The shape of the knife is the old Gurkha Army model extensively used during world war days particularly in the 2nd world war. The documented source and collections say that majority of kukris used during the end of 2nd world war was the “World War” version and thus the name. The blade is semi-polished for strength and look. This also gives durability to the edge of the blade as long machinery process required to polishing is skipped and hence original temper is retained.
Handle: It is improvised with an unique outstanding and more protective handle; designed to safe guard user’s hand at all times. This distinct handle where the bolster (Kanzo) is lifted upright from the front will ensure that the user’s hand always stays at the handle section no matter what. Moreover the handle slightly bents as it finishes towards the end to provide a perfect grip and a comfortable holding. The handle further has metal butt cap overlapping the end of the handle for strength and look. The handle also facilitates a wrist loop belt (lanyard hole) to ensure that the kukri never drops off. As well the full flat tang handle reinforced by rivets gives maximum strength and durability. Furthermore the knuckle shaped handle allows each finger to stay at the curvature firmly and as a result user can hold comfortably, strongly and perform a job more swiftly. These over all uniqueness of this kukri truly makes it THE knife to possess.
Scabbard: A typical black tainted buffalo leather is used like the army models. The scabbard has flat inner wooden frame designed for easy/swift in and out drawing. White metal chape/tip and thick belt holder are also fixed to ensure better appearance and superior strength.
Blade Length: approx. 15" (38.1cm)
Blade Thickness: 9mm
Blade Steel: 5160, semi-polished
Handle: approx. 4" (10.1cm) Indian Rosewood, unpolished
Sheath: black leather
Tang type: Full Flat
Edge grinding: Semi convex
Edge Hardness: 52-54 hrc
Blade (panel) Grinding: Full Flat
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