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Article about: Hello Guys, i wanna show you my lattest add to my German Army Collection. A nice Alcoso High Lift Eagle Dagger. Everything seems Textbook to me, but it would be great to tell me what you thi

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    Hello Guys,

    i wanna show you my lattest add to my German Army Collection.
    A nice Alcoso High Lift Eagle Dagger.
    Everything seems Textbook to me, but it would be great to tell me what you think about this Dagger.

    I got a Question also about the Pommel. I tried to loose it a little bit, but its really stuck and im scared to break something if try too hard.
    On my other Daggers i did loose it to make less pressure on the Grip.

    Thanks for the Time and Help i appreciate it!
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    That's an excellent piece and completely textbook! Beautiful patina too!

    Don't worry about the grip. It is probably a plaster filled celluloid one and that will not break under normal pressure. Also none of my army grips ever broke under pressure of a pommel. So no worries there.

    Regards
    Danny

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    Quote by dr73 View Post
    That's an excellent piece and completely textbook! Beautiful patina too!

    Don't worry about the grip. It is probably a plaster filled celluloid one and that will not break under normal pressure. Also none of my army grips ever broke under pressure of a pommel. So no worries there.

    Regards
    Danny
    Thank you very much Danny!

    Sometimes i am a little bit paranoid about my Pieces

    So i guess that can happen that the Pommel stuck?

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    Quote by dr73 View Post
    That's an excellent piece and completely textbook! Beautiful patina too!

    Don't worry about the grip. It is probably a plaster filled celluloid one and that will not break under normal pressure. Also none of my army grips ever broke under pressure of a pommel. So no worries there.

    Regards
    Danny
    +1

    nice textbook one!

    Ger

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    Alcoso is one of the producers known for their fixed pommels.
    Leave it as it is!

    Ger

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    Quote by gerrit View Post
    Alcoso is one of the producers known for their fixed pommels.
    Leave it as it is!

    Ger
    I did not know that.

    Army Daggers are so addicting!

    Thank you very much Gerrit and like i said in a different Thread before i hope you and Danny making another Reference Book

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    Lovely highlift Alcoso!
    One to be proud of
    Always loved that particular eagle from Alcoso.
    And as Gerrit suggest leave the pommel as it is..
    Good score.

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    Quote by Ullergaard View Post
    Lovely highlift Alcoso!
    One to be proud of
    Always loved that particular eagle from Alcoso.
    And as Gerrit suggest leave the pommel as it is..
    Good score.
    Thank you Ullergaard.

    Alcoso Crossguard is very unique.

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