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TOPS Bushcrafter Kukri 7.0

18+
£222.95
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This knife is the product of more than 30 years of experience in the outdoors by its designer Nicholas Fury. The design is of the Nepalese Kukri style, which is well known to all who view the shape of the blade. His travels have taken him to some of the furthest reaches of the world, some so remote that there would be little chance of seeing another human being, and sometimes, alone. It is these conditions this knife was designed for.


"The first words that came to mind when I designed this Kukri were strength, reliability, resilience, and adaptability. This is not just another Kukri design. You will notice that there is a deeper sweeping belly to this blade than a normal Kukri. This allows you to use a shorter blade and still have tremendous chopping power. The belly also helps facilitate it’s use to skin animals, whether choking up on the blade with your hand up on the spine, or using a push or draw motion to cape. The curved nature of this Kukri design is a natural for slicing, using the blade as a draw knife in push, or pull direction, creating feather sticks with the inner curve of the blade, processing firewood - whether by chopping, or batoning, smashing nuts with the pommel, scraping bark with the back of the knife, etc. The handle has been designed to be used under harsh conditions, and not injure the hands from repeated use over extended periods of time. There is a bow drill divot on each side of the handle to facilitate this action should you need to make fire by friction in this manner, and a lanyard hole at the end of the pommel. Function, and ergonomics were the key elements here. "The Kukri has a long history of being a tool, and a status symbol."Nicholas Fury


The Bushcrafter Kukri is first and foremost a tool, designed to embrace all those characteristics, which make up a knife that is useful for both Bushcraft, and Survival. It has enough size and strength to accomplish any mission in a Survival situation, yet is light enough, short enough, and nimble enough to use for Bushcrafting chores.

SKU:
TPBKUK01
Brand:
TOPS
Colour:
Green
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
19.7000
Overall Length:
35.6000
Blade Material:
1095 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.65
Blade Coating:
Black Traction Coating
Sheath:
Olive Drab Kydex with belt loop
Handle Material:
Micarta
Blade Type:
Plain
Product Weight:
861
Handle Detail:
Black Linen Micarta
Newest:
2014-06-27 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
222.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
GTIN:
00000000224710

Description


This knife is the product of more than 30 years of experience in the outdoors by its designer Nicholas Fury. The design is of the Nepalese Kukri style, which is well known to all who view the shape of the blade. His travels have taken him to some of the furthest reaches of the world, some so remote that there would be little chance of seeing another human being, and sometimes, alone. It is these conditions this knife was designed for.


"The first words that came to mind when I designed this Kukri were strength, reliability, resilience, and adaptability. This is not just another Kukri design. You will notice that there is a deeper sweeping belly to this blade than a normal Kukri. This allows you to use a shorter blade and still have tremendous chopping power. The belly also helps facilitate it’s use to skin animals, whether choking up on the blade with your hand up on the spine, or using a push or draw motion to cape. The curved nature of this Kukri design is a natural for slicing, using the blade as a draw knife in push, or pull direction, creating feather sticks with the inner curve of the blade, processing firewood - whether by chopping, or batoning, smashing nuts with the pommel, scraping bark with the back of the knife, etc. The handle has been designed to be used under harsh conditions, and not injure the hands from repeated use over extended periods of time. There is a bow drill divot on each side of the handle to facilitate this action should you need to make fire by friction in this manner, and a lanyard hole at the end of the pommel. Function, and ergonomics were the key elements here. "The Kukri has a long history of being a tool, and a status symbol."Nicholas Fury


The Bushcrafter Kukri is first and foremost a tool, designed to embrace all those characteristics, which make up a knife that is useful for both Bushcraft, and Survival. It has enough size and strength to accomplish any mission in a Survival situation, yet is light enough, short enough, and nimble enough to use for Bushcrafting chores.

Specification


SKU:
TPBKUK01
Brand:
TOPS
Colour:
Green
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
19.7000
Overall Length:
35.6000
Blade Material:
1095 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.65
Blade Coating:
Black Traction Coating
Sheath:
Olive Drab Kydex with belt loop
Handle Material:
Micarta
Blade Type:
Plain
Product Weight:
861
Handle Detail:
Black Linen Micarta
Newest:
2014-06-27 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
222.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
GTIN:
00000000224710

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Reviews


  • 5
    Awesome

    Posted by Stephen on 13th Jul 2018

    This is a awesome knife and worth the money

  • 5
    First class

    Posted by Curly on 7th Sep 2017

    A pleasure to use , great build quality and all you need in a survival

  • 5
    All rounder

    Posted by Andrew on 4th Jul 2017

    Never thought about or used a khukri before but thought i would give it a go. This is a great all rounder, precision chopping, no problem. Fine work, done and dusted. The sheath is a work of art with plenty of scope to taylor to indivdual uses. This knife is worth a punt. Well thought out for bushcraft one tool option.

  • 5
    Solid as a rock

    Posted by Pete on 28th Oct 2016

    This is my first (and so far only) TOPS knife and I'm impressed by the build quality. Just big enough to be used a serious chopping tool but small enough to put in my pack or carry on my belt without getting in the way. Slightly shorter and heavier than most Kukri type blades and looks as though this will stand up to anything I'm likely to do with it.