Kris Cutlery Korambit VI

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Kris Cutlery Korambit VI

55.00

 Sometimes called Lawi ayam or Eagle's Claw and used by people of
 Sumatra, Indonesia. The sickle-shape blade is double edge and is
5” long made from tempered 5160 carbon steel blade. The grip is curved
 downward made of blackened mahogany wood. One inch hole on the
the butt of the handle can be used to facilitate either the fore or middle finger
in manipulating the Korambit.

The tang is glued and pinned with a brass rod to the handle.
It comes with a natural finish mahogany wood hardwood scabbard with two
bands of white cord wrapping. Both sides of the blade are sharpened.

This is a historically correct traditional design.
 Kris Cutlery has been producing Korambit since 1995.

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