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    Beautifully done 22 inch 18 ounce Wajaski Sword by Kumar. Satisal wood handle. $115.

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    16.5 inch 26 ounce WWII by Lachhu. Lali gurash wood handle. $95.

    15 inch 14 ounce Siruapti by Bhakta Kami. Satisal wood handle. Lite and fast knife for $89.

    15 inch 25 ounce BAS by Lachhu. Horn handle. Sheath, karda and chakms are missing. Lonely Knife at 65.

    14 3/4'' 17 ounce villager utility Knife by Lachhu. Lali gurash wood handle. $60.



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    Hour and a half and no shark feeding frenzy. This is like shopping Wal Mart at midnight.

    Having a hard time picking my favorite out of this bunch. Tamang is a gem. All nice.
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    Kumar makes a masterful sword. I've got a little Kat like that that keeps my Falcata company by my bed. If one were to break into my house, they might actually hope I make it to the Glock before the swords.
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    14 3/4'' 17 ounce villager utility Knife by Lachhu. Lali gurash wood handle. $60.

    Some of the reasons I like it:
    - The weight is on the low end for the length, which I prefer
    - By Lacchu, not many of these made by him
    - Relatively big grip and pommel
    - Tip looks less pointy for a change, more like a WWII model, so more front-heavy

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    Good pick Steve, and I like the reasoning. I didn't even pick up that it was made by Lachuu. That and the Siru are my choices of the bunch.

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    dangit! beat me to it

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    Tamang, Siru, and the Villager are my picks, in that order!

    Too bad I've got one or more of each...lol
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    Cul, I've said it before and I'll say it again, these are handmade knives, which means no two are the same! No such thing as duplicates :b

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    I like the less pointy blades, too. In my mind's eye, I always see a khuk that is a big honkin' chopper. You know...no nonsense chop your leg off type blade. Not a slicer because I'm no street fightin' man.
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