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British Gurkha Iraq Operation Khukuri Khukri Kukri Knife 12 Inch Full Tang

This Khukuri is unpolished and has Rust Free Blade, that does not need to clean frequently as the blade has black shine with balance temper. This Khukuri has 3 fuller that makes Khukuri strong and light.

A Gurkha soldier who single-handedly fought off an attack on his base by up to 30 Taliban insurgents was been awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross in 2011.    Acting Sergeant Dipprasad Pun, 31, exhausted all his ammunition & at one point had to use the tripod of his machine gun to beat away a militant climbing the walls of the compound.    The soldier fired more than 400 rnds, launched 17 grenades and detonated a mine to thwart the Taliban assault on his checkpoint Helmand Province.

Gurkha who single-handedly fought off up to 30 Taliban awarded Gallantry Cross

A Gurkha soldier who single-handedly fought off an attack on his base by up to 30 Taliban insurgents was been awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross in 2011. Acting Sergeant Dipprasad Pun, 31, exhausted all his ammunition & at one point had to use the tripod of his machine gun to beat away a militant climbing the walls of the compound. The soldier fired more than 400 rnds, launched 17 grenades and detonated a mine to thwart the Taliban assault on his checkpoint Helmand Province.

A Gurkha Havildar  Havildar in the 2nd Battalion of the 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles in the Indian Army during World War II

A Gurkha Havildar (Sergeant) in the Battalion of the Royal Gurkha Rifles in the Indian Army during World War II

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Gurkha Patrolman returns after contact with Japanese near laya station, Burma (1945)[810x1000]

Gurkha Patrolman Returns after Contact with Japanese near Laya station, Burma During Second World War 1945

Gallipoli. Men of the 1/6 Gurkhas who famously took the Gurkha Bluff and the Sari Bair ridge in 1915. They had to withdraw when the Royal Navy shelled them thinking they were Turks.

Gurkhas who famously took the Gurkha Bluff and the Sari Bair ridge in They had to withdraw when the Royal Navy shelled them thinking they were Turks;

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WITH the motto “must draw blood”, the Gurkha’s khukri knife has made the Nepalese soldier one of the fiercest and most feared in the world.

Gurkhas sharpen up knife skills

WITH the motto “must draw blood”, the Gurkha’s khukri knife has made the Nepalese soldier one of the fiercest and most feared in the world.

Gurkhas, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Gurkha's take to jungle warfare in Malaya on Dec. 1941 and show extraordinary skills in concealment and surprise attack. A mortar team practices shell loading

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