The CUMA Tak-Ri 3.5 is not your typical kukri. In fact, you have to understand what a Gurkha Kukri is to see the curve of its blade. The kukri (Devnagari/ खुकुरी), originally spelled khukri or khukuri, is a Nepalese curved knife. It is a traditional weapon of the Nepali people and also a weapon of choice/side arm for all Nepalis, including those serving in various armies around the world, but with the CUMA Tak-Ri we have gone further!
Once you have the CUMA Tak-Ri in your hands, you will quickly realize that it is "tough to the core." In fact, the Tak-Ri caused such a stir at the 2011 SHOT Show that Lou Ferrigno (the historic "Incredible Hulk") pre-ordered his directly at the TOPS Knives booth.
Intended Use: Hard Utility / Tactical
Type of Production: Semi-Industrial
Country of Manufacture: USA
Blade: full tang in 1095 58/60HRC steel
Blade Finish: Coyote Tan Coatung
Handle: Canvas Micarta
Blade Length: 178mm.
Blade thickness: 4.9mm.
Total length: 343mm.
Scabbard: Nylon, belt-mounted, M.O.L.L.E. compatible.
Packaging: transparent plastic bag
Notes: Emergency whistle - Each piece is numbered and accompanied by certificate of guarantee and authenticity
|Country of production||Usa|
|Blade Tip||Drop point|
|Blade thickness||5 mm|
|Carbon Steel||1095 /C95|
|Materials and Finishes||7,5|