I don't know if this is the right place for this, but I was wondering about some info on this khukuri.I figured I'd post this here because you guys are the most knowledgable on this kind of knife. Length O.L.-17" Blade-12" Handle-5" Thickness-1/4" Tang-Tapered. Thanks for any info. http://
Windlass Steelcrafts would be my top bet from everything about the overall dimensions and the very rough finish of the handle. You can buy these from Atlanta Cutlery for a bit less than $30.00. Less if unsharpened. There is a slightly nicer, longer version with brass bolster and buttcap, also full tang with two rivet pins called the Assam Rifles Kukri, it costs about $10.00 more if I recall.
Windlass Steelcrafts is a large Indian cutlery shop and do everything from basic kitchen implements to reproductions of Japanese and European medieval swords and weapons. Some of their swords have a fair reputation, these kukri's are not among their best. Nothing about either of their kukri models is hand made in the true sense of the word, this is a mass reproduced "assembly" slapped together without a wit of care for fit and finish and it's heat treatment is at best "adequate" if mostly consistent from what I understand.
They are adequate, but not at all special and the handle will likely require some working over with a rasp to smooth the rough spots and the scabbard will probably fall apart from the looks of it, frog first, leather wrap second.
For yard work too brutal to waste a better example on (I use mine to cut sod into sections and slots in landscaping trim pieces), it will suffice. If you want a "real" Khukuri, look no further than Himalayan Imports or KHHI/KHT (operated by two brothers).