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    please help in identifying this dagger, I know the photos are not of good quality and are not photographed details but for every advice I will be grateful
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    Fine original RAD hewer!
    Best regards,
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    Ullergaard

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    Quote by Ullergaard View Post
    Fine original RAD hewer!
    I agree !!
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    So do I ..... RAD Mann’s Hewer.... a working tool.

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    You have to stop asking and start learning here!
    All you ever do is asking if an item is Original or not!!!!!!

    Here a screeny of your activities, try to contribute to this website, your a straight one way traffic guy, i will not be willing to help you out here anymore.

    Ger
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    Nice original RAD Hewer and appears to be in fairly nice shape.

    The blade specialists can correct me if I am wrong, but I am unaware of anyone making complete fake RAD Hewers. Not like Heer or Luftwaffe, or SA/SS daggers for instance - of which there are post-war copies made entirely of whole cloth.
    Todd
    Former U.S. Army Tanker.
    "Best job I ever had."

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    Quote by TWS View Post
    Nice original RAD Hewer and appears to be in fairly nice shape.

    The blade specialists can correct me if I am wrong, but I am unaware of anyone making complete fake RAD Hewers. Not like Heer or Luftwaffe, or SA/SS daggers for instance - of which there are post-war copies made entirely of whole cloth.
    Not sure I understand your comment, RAD hewers are being faked out of China for sure and probably other countries as well, a few examples of their shoddy workmanship not even near the original.. Fakes as shown fool people quite often unless you know what to look for, it comes up on my RAD forum from time to time.. G
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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    Not sure I understand your comment,
    Thought my comment was pretty clear. ??? I said I was unaware of complete fakes of RAD hewers being made, but people that are into the subject matter can correct me. Which you did. Thanks. I don't collect RAD nor do I really concentrate on edged weapons, which is why I put that caveat in there. However, I know enough to see the OP's hewer is original.

    Good thing that fake looks atrocious.

    I should have assumed there are, as when I saw fake black wound badges coming out I concluded there are probably fakes of everything being made. If "they" are faking a lowly black wound badge, then anything is possible.
    Todd
    Former U.S. Army Tanker.
    "Best job I ever had."

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    KEKEL ...... Buy the full set of Collecting the Edged Weapons of the Third Reich by T Johnson ... well worth the money.

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    I would also have to Agree with Gerrit .....

    Mr Kekel...it would be beneficial for you to try researching some of these to strengthen your knowledge muscles.
    There is no doubt in my mind that anything you are looking for CAN be found within these forum walls.

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