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Khalsa Armory Official launch

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We debuted At the L.A, Nagar kirtan had a wonderful response. Come Check us out on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/KhalsaArmory

or on the web at

http://www.khalsaarmory.com/

The Kirpan above is the DK-1 $160 us dollars will ship anywhere around the world for $25.

If you need further information please feel free to email us at Khalsaarmory@gmail.com.

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Seen them in person and know who makes them. We took them camping in Death Valley. They're solid and hold a great edge!

This is a quality kirpan worthy for the Khalsa. The custom kydex sheath makes it look amazing!

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These are pattern welded...not Damascus.

Still a peice of art though...

Thank you for the kind words... yes this is not crucible Damascus It is clearly stated in the brochure. Mechanical Damascus is superior in actual functionality and durability over crucible Damascus (what u are referring too). This is also not just a work of art, but a very functional kirpan which happens to be aesthetically pleasing.

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Looks good and high quality. I'm thinking of getting one too. Have you thought of making other designs? or also making different sizes?

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Looks good and high quality. I'm thinking of getting one too. Have you thought of making other designs? or also making different sizes?

We will be expanding our offerings to include katars, talwar, khanda.... we also are working on to other variations of this kirpan.... those will not be available anytime soon they are in the R&D phase right now.

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We will be expanding our offerings to include katars, talwar, khanda.... we also are working on to other variations of this kirpan.... those will not be available anytime soon they are in the R&D phase right now.

i would buy the tulwar...how much would it cost?

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I had a question what do u consider Damascus?

I consider the steel made in the past 200 hundred years Damascus...

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i would buy the tulwar...how much would it cost?

Talwar is actually almost complete... we are just doing some fitting and polishing for the first prototype. It is 39 Inch blade and will cost about 350 us dollars plus shipping.

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Talwar is actually almost complete... we are just doing some fitting and polishing for the first prototype. It is 39 Inch blade and will cost about 350 us dollars plus shipping.

Bhaaji please also share tulwar design here. Im impressed with your kirpan, now I really want to see your tulwar. Also, do you have any plans of making battle axe/gandasa/safa jang?

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Talwar is actually almost complete... we are just doing some fitting and polishing for the first prototype. It is 39 Inch blade and will cost about 350 us dollars plus shipping.

350 dollars ain't to much for a battle ready sword...Can you also make a tega?

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Bhaaji please also share tulwar design here. Im impressed with your kirpan, now I really want to see your tulwar. Also, do you have any plans of making battle axe/gandasa/safa jang?

Thank you for the kind words, yes we have plans to do all those weapons in the future. We just started out and we are taking things slow, so not to compromise quality.If you would like to place an order for the Dk-1 kirpan please visit our order page http://www.khalsaarmory.com/Order.html. We had a nice debut at the los angeles nagar kirtan. I have only two Dk-1's left. So supplies are limited right now. It will take 2-3 weeks for us to make more.

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