Hilt form: oval-section one-piece wood grip that fully encloses the tang. The hilt widens towards slightly domed lens-shaped pommel covered by a steel butt cap held in place by the tang button (no keeper). The hilt has the following features listed in order from the blade to the pommel: a single wide groove and a single raised ridge. Between the grip and the blade is a steel bolster.
Blade form: distinctive single-edged down-curved leaf-shaped kukri blade with double notch where the edge meets the ricasso. This example has a single narrow fuller near the back.
Scabbard: scabbard follows the distinctive shape of the kukri blade and is covered in sand-coloured fabric. The fabric is gathered and sewn into a flat seam that runs the length of the back. The body tapers towards a pointed steel chape. A pocket behind the mouthpiece of the scabbard is covered by a large flap lid. A fabric loop passes around the body of the scabbard. "774504 B.S.M. WEBB 21/B IND" is handwritten on the pocket flap.