Based on the Khukri used by the Nepalese Gurkhas, who are commissioned by the Commonwealth as an elite unit of the British armed forces, the successor model is also equipped with the typically angled blade that characterizes a Khuri. In the literal sense of the word, nothings stands up to the larger version with an overall length of 47 cm. The slip-resistant rubber-coated FRN handle allows the 6.5 mm thick blade on this model to be guided securely and comfortably Shipped with leather sheath.
In 1982, Fox Knives began to supply to the various requests that the Italian Army had during their mission in Lebanon.
From that day on they carried on to respond to the rigorous request of the army, military and special forces that require the support of effective and qualified tools.
Thanks to the high standards of the quality in Italy and overseas, the company has been recognized as the official supplier NATO with
N/CAGE CODE: AG180.
In 2005 a new brand was created FKMD (Fox Knives Military Division) to separate military productions from civilian productions.
The company has been ISO 9001 certified with qualified personnel, next generation CNC machinery and a vast selection of the best material
to incorporate with the product. Every request is followed in an attentive and rigorous way to satisfy whatever needs.