The Gurkha Kukri - A fighting man´s fighting knife! by Charles "Chuck" Karwan, was a well known writer on Guns & Knives in the 1980´s and 1990´s. The article is from the late 1980s, probably 1988-89 and was featured in Guns & Ammo magazine. This article was posted by Bud Carr on FB.
Note - The article is posted here to document Kukri research and how over time we have developed and enhanced knowledge, yet there is still a long way to go and many questions unanswered.
Please read our other menu tabs on Kukri History & Heritage, fantiastic articles from Ron Flook (1999), Benjamin Judkins (2012), SirKukri (2013-onwards) and Jonathan Sedwell ((Spiral) 2006/2015).
Mr. Karwan passed away in 2008.
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