Made in Nepal, the Mountain Khukuri is the latest edition and is fast becoming one of my favorite khukuri. This is made with the tradtional stick tang, but the tang is through tang and peened on the pommel. The handle has brass inlay and is comfortable to grip. The Cho or notch in the blade is not a typical Cho. It does come with the two traditional side blades. Karda (small knife) and Chak Mak (Honing steel). It balances between survival and war and is a great all around khukuri. I do recommend it.
The sheath is higher grade with designs embedded into the leather. It has an extra pocket for supplies such as for fire starting. Included is a leather pouch for a picture of a loved one or to carry tender to keep dry.
The Khukri weight varies slightly (+/- a couple of grams) as these are hand forged.