The Cuma-Takri's full tang frame is built out of 1095 high carbon steel with regular black linen micarta handle scales. The belly of the blade is deep for chopping firewood and shelter building.
The Cuma-Takri has a large curved primary bottom edge, a partial top edge (for reverse swings) and what Sijo calls his "SHARK TEETH Serrations" serration for blocking, ripping and tearing bush, cord or anything that gets in it's way. The handle offers two types of grip options 'long grip' for full extended machete swings as well as a choked up grip for precision cuts or carving. AND finally, a small pry for scraping and lanyard hole at the butt of the handle.
|Blade Length|||||17,8 cm|
|Total Length|||||34,3 cm|
|Other|||||Design: Waysun Johnny Tsai|