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Q & A for Gurkha Special Ops

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03/27/2013 What is the coin?

by KS of PLYMOUTH, IN
A: It's a challenge coin that is synonymous with certain branches of the military. When designed they we're made to prove you belonged to a certain branch or division. In the case of the Gurkha coin it just proves you own 20 Special Ops cigars, a monster travel case, and one extra-large knife.
by Jeff K
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06/10/2013 Does the Gurkha Special Ops come with the knife and holster?

by JB of BELTSVILLE, MD
A: Yes. The Gurkha Spec Ops case combo comes with the humidor, 20 cigars, a knife, a sheath, a challenge coin, and a juicy discount.
by Steve R
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06/15/2013 Does it come with knife?

by JM of PHENIX CITY, AL
A: Yes. The box of 20 comes with the knife.
by Jeff K
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06/19/2013 What is the cigar capacity of the Herf-a-Dor that is included in the combo?

by DM of JACKSONVILLE, NC
A: The foam inserts have enough slots for 30. But in reality you can fit 40. Sounds confusing, but this is due to the challenge coin and knife taking up a row where another foam slot of 10 would have gone. I advise people to take this insert out, which allows space for 10+ more cigars.
by Greeby
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07/01/2013 what is the size of this cigar?

by MH of iSTANBUL, NE
A: 7.5"x52
by Bryan
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07/15/2013 How large is the knife?

by CW of MADISON, WI
A: All in, it's almost a foot. The blade is 7 inches.
by Greeby
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07/15/2013 Is it ok to take the foam out of the humidor and stack all the cigars with a power stick humidifier in the humidor?

by ma of Statham, GA
A: You could. But I wouldn't advise it. When using mine, I take one or two of the foam pieces out to make more room, but not all of them. Without the foam your cigars will bang around inside. This will most likely lead to a bunch of unhappy cigars, and an even more unhappy owner. If you're looking for a long term storage device, I would go with a cedar lined wood humidor. Don't get me wrong, this thing is awesome, but it's best suited for travel and on being on the go.
by Greeby
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07/21/2013 Im looking to get this for a trip im taking in 3 weeks. I would like to get this early, in case it sells out (would be just my luck). I dont have enough space in my humidor to keep these, is the case going to keep them in good shape for the 3 week period?

by CC of Astoria, NY
A: Yes it will. The only thing I recommend, when keeping cigars in an airtight case such as this, is to burp it every couple days. Cigars need to breathe, so you don't want to leave them sealed up too long. Always keep an eye on the humidity inside the case. Although it is airtight, you will probably need to add a small humidification unit for the extended period. For shorter periods, you don't need a humidification unit at all (it holds the moisture in).
by Greeby
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