Overall length: 45 cm
Length of blade: 31 cm
Diameter of the handle: 2.5-3 cm
Handle length: 15 cm
Weight: 163 g
Stiffness: 30 Shore
The kukri has a distinctive ‘falcon’s wing’ profile with a sharpened, concave edge (hence the ‘inverted bend’). The kukri is thought to have originated from the Greek khopis, which had a similar curve, and came to Nepal with the army of Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC.
The knife looks recognizable and brutal, and the danger it poses is immediately apparent.
Slowly pulled out of its sheath or boot, the kukri has an immediate and visibly frightening effect on the opponent.
It is a simple but quite effective weapon for ambushes, backstabbing or night fighting.
LARP Protected Weapons are specially made of soft polyurethane foam. These models are used in role-playing games, training and other recreational activities where textolite or duralumin weapons are not allowed.
LARPP protected weapons are soft and lightweight so the risk of injury is minimal. It is used at events with a minimum of armour.
LAPR Protected Weapons are also well suited for nighttime role-playing combat, where no other weapons are normally allowed.