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    Posting some pictures of my german engineer saw. This sort of fieldgear do not pop up so often. At least not in my part of the world The scabbard is made of real leather. Hope you enjoy it

    Best regards agv44

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    Very nice Engineer saw!! That is a rare peace in my eyes to!
    I found this saw in a German bunker in Norway. I found it in a hole/hatch in the floor. The hole was filled with water.
    After over 60 years under water this saw survived!! The wooden hand grips still in good shape!!
    Thanks for showing!
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    Not bad after 60 year+ under water Then we have two of the Engineer saws in Norway Thank you for posting.

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    You are from Norway too
    Where in Norway?

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    Hedemark

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    Kristiansand

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    Quote by agv44 View Post
    Not bad after 60 year+
    Hi Agv44


    Metal seems to survive in much better state in cold water and I assume that it isn't to hot in Norway.


    Greetz

    Nick VR

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    Thatís right nick. It is not that warm in Norway for the most part + I found the saw in a cold bunker as well.

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