Kukri in the northern woods.

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  1. Don'tkillbill

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    Here is my Kukri in action.

    This splits wood and cuts green wood like a razor sharp hatchet. Here I'm doing some cutting.

    [video=youtube_share;eyRKADhyctY]http://youtu.be/eyRKADhyctY[/video]
     
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    Nice videos guys.
     
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    Good video, but it doesnt suprised me, the kukri is an excellent tool. I love all of my kukri's, and have been using one of them for 25 years or more. The rest of my small collection has been more recent but none of them are traditional kukris . Thats something i regret.
     
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    Thanks Don'tkillbill for The Kukri Video done in the Northern woods.
     
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    Yeah after my "toy"bill gets back under control I may sell this guy and get an Afghan model they don't have the hornshaped handle and sheith doesn't have the brass tip but rather a loop for tying it down.

    Thanks for watching
     

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