what do you think about this knife?

i'm wondering if a 6inched kukri is worth buying or if it loses it's affectiveness because it's too short. thoughts?

or an even smaller version w/ a 3.5inch blade?

For size comparison, the smaller one is that big as Spartan you've see me break out to open stuff and that I always carry

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thank you for the pic comparison gdi man i think i like the rahjah

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what about this one?  i gotta put my own edge on it though?

Whetstone Cutlery Carbon Steel Gurkha Service Kukri With Sheath And 2 K, Brown

 

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  • Dimensions: 1 x 3.25 x 18.375 inches, full tang
  • Carbon steel, 11.5 inch blade
  • Two small knives, each with a 3.125 inch blade, brass tipped leather sheath
 

There's a shop on Guilick Ave that I'm going to take my CS Khukri to next week. I'll post a review Phone Post 3.0

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what about this one?  i gotta put my own edge on it though?







Whetstone Cutlery Carbon Steel Gurkha Service Kukri With Sheath And 2 K, Brown







 





















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  • Dimensions: 1 x 3.25 x 18.375 inches, full tang


  • Carbon steel, 11.5 inch blade


  • Two small knives, each with a 3.125 inch blade, brass tipped leather sheath





 


For a few bucks more, get the cold steel sk5 high carbon kukri.  My friend who uses it mostly in the mountains loves it for hacking brush and limbs.

robo i've held the cs and it seems too light

I have the CS. Had to wrap handle in Paracord so it doesn't slip out my hand when it gets all bloody again Phone Post 3.0

I think the Rajah would make a handy field folding knife if you got sheath made for it to clip to belt or pack.

As for the kukri.....get a quality one. Mine is a McCurdy Special. The cold steel version is good for light brush work etc, but a real kukri is made for heavy work. The spine on mine is near 3/8 thick and tapers to edge. It taken down a few trees