40 pounds ain't cheap.They don't have to be expensive to be quality gear. I bought mine from Windlass Steelcrafts - the official government contractor for the kukri and cost me £40.
I have one like that. I've had it for a while and have used it for land clearing and even light wood splitting. It sharpens with a file, meaning it is not hardened.They don't have to be expensive to be quality gear. I bought mine from Windlass Steelcrafts - the official government contractor for the kukri and cost me £40.
For cheap, check blems/daily specials posting under their section on bladeforums.
I cringed reading that :The best is linked here:
follow the thread and U will get quite the education about this style of knife
Why don't you just ask for a free one?I'm looking to buy a new Kukri. What would you guys suggest?
Durable / Reliable
Will keep a sharp edge
In the review did they decapitate anybody? If not I would still recommend an authentic one. military grade. There is no substitute. lol and its cheaper.I believe Kabars take on the Kukri is amazing, also the reviews on amazon outshine all others.