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KBH RAW (Price includes shipping inside the USA)

(2 customer reviews)

$126.00

Spine

1/4 inch

Blade Length       Overall Length

10 inches                   15 inches

Weight

17 ounces /  485 grams

Materials

Saaj Hardwood similar to Oak and 5160 leaf spring

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Description

Made in Nepal.  This knife is for those that are looking for camping khukuri.  It is a bit of a hybrid of the Nepal Khukuri and the USA style knives without notch (cho) in the blade and with full tang USA style handle.

This knife was hand forged and the blackening is left on it from the forge.   FULL Tang Handle is more Americanized for use.   It also comes with a working side knife and would be Great for Camping trip .   Currently comes with a Nepalese Scabbard.

Shipping is included in the price for USA.

Upper Spine

1/4 inches

Blade Length        Overall length

10 inches                    15 inches

Weight

17 ounces / 485 grams

Materials

Saaj Hardwood similar to Oak and 5160 leaf spring

2 reviews for KBH RAW (Price includes shipping inside the USA)

  1. J N (verified owner)

    This is the perfect backwoods tool, size is just right to chop, cut etc. It is a tank without being too big for backpacking.

    Very sharp right out of the box. Beautiful craftsmanship, including the wood, the grain is flawless. Can’t beat the price.

    Superior customer service. When I inquired about it, Frank was out, but said he had some coming. As soon as he got them in, he emailed me directly so I could get it. Once I ordered it, I had it in a couple days.

    For an edged tool of this quality, it is a steal for the price. If you had to have 1 backwoods tool, this should be it!!

  2. Tom Peltoma

    Customer service from Frank was excellent. He was sold out, but put me on his list to let me know when they came in and would hold one for me. Perfect. Less than a week after he got some I received mine. Exactly as advertised. The only reason I gave it 4 stars was because of the little knife that came with it. The blade on it is longer than the griip. I can only get 2 fingers on it, so it’s really useless. I’d rather have the blade 1 inch shorter and the handle 1 inch longer. It also doesn’t fit tight in the sheath and falls out if I tip the sheath. The actual Kukri fits nicely in the sheath. There was a burr on the edge of the kukri which was easily removed. Then came the chopping test which it passed with flying colors. Overall it was still worth the price.

    • KBH

      Tom, appreciate the feedback. I will look into improving the side knife.
      regards,
      Frank

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