J Nowill & Sons British Jungle Blade "Golang"

J. Adams Ltd / J. Nowill & Sons


British military prototype marked with the ‘crossed keys’ trademark of  J Nowill & Sons.
Similar in essence to the Parang that appears in the British SAS handbook, which is actually a hybrid of a South East Asian Golok (primarily a chopper) and a Parang (primarily a slasher).  

The British Jungle Blade utilises the best of both worlds being able to chop as well as slash with equal efficiency. This is a serious wilderness big-blade!


  • Blade Length: 28 cm
  • Cutting edge: 24 cm
  • Over-all length: 41cm
  • Weight: 570-gms plus scabbard
  • Green or Brown canvas sheath
  • Handle and Guard made out of Rubber

Made in Sheffield

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