So with Petercollectors dagger, knowing what we do about these grips and the material they're made of, is it likely in time that the dagger will re-age and return to the color it had prior to him wiping it? If so, I wonder how long that would take... I've seen a lot of chipped grips, and every one of them had the chips the same color as the rest of the dagger. It stands to reason that the color will always end up even again, doesn't it? They couldn't have all been chipped 70 years ago.
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07-08-2014 01:23 AM
To answer your question..you will have to read this thread..which I linked it to pg 2..but start at the beginning..so you can understand the whole concept of the Glass gripped daggers. Regards Larry
Eickhorn army dagger with glass grip
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Hi Scott, I send you PM, but I forgot, please attach photos of dagger which you talking about here in this thread.