Introducing a Khukuri from Neem of Nepal. The Interwar khukuri originates from the time Before the First World War ( in November 1918) and served through the Interwar period. (The time between World War I and World War II) . A Gurkha may have carried this style knife before World War I and well into World War II.
It does sport the traditional Cho or notch in the blade as well as engraving on the blade. It has a Brass Guard and Pommel. The tang is a through tang and is pinned on the back of the pommel . The scabbard tip is reinforced with a brass tip covering. It comes with the traditional side knives. The small sharp knife (karda) and the honing steel (chak mak).