A fine and complete WWII military Kukri with belt suspension.
This fine and well marked regimental issue Kukri measures 45cms in the sheath.
Out of the sheath it is 42.5cms long and has a blade length of 31cms. The blade is factory stamped with "MG - 44" to one side of the forte.
The Kukri is a full tang type with double peening through the iron butt plate.
The grip slabs are shaped timber with double rivet and washer method of attachment to the tang.
The sheath it stitched brown leather over timber inners. The tip is brass stapled to the timber inner as is typically seen on military bayonets and swords.
The Frog is thick riveted leather in very fine condition with both belt loops present.
The back of the sheath are the initials "CR". To the butt plate are the initials "CAR" and what appears to be a service number "544866".
A fine and complete military example with an interesting researchable aspect.