|Nepalese "Kukri" (aka "Gurka" Knife)||
Weapon/tool commonly associated with the Nepalese, especially the "Gurkas of Nepal."
Grip construction is usually of bone, horn, or teak and sometimes ivory. Occasionally found
with two small side knives.
Scabbards are usually leather wrapped light wood.
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