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    shape of the knife blade of the knife heidelberg
    who has to show heidelberg a knife?


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    maxxx,


    2 nice transitional hjs by Heidelberg


    looks like one was sharpened by the shape of the blade maybe ?


    Mac 66.

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    imo are all heidelberg knife a slight bow to the sword.
    I observe that already in some heidelberg hj knifes.
    in ralf s. Book the daggers of npea u. hj on page 437 it is also observed.
    excuse my english!




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    max,


    I know what your saying > Heidelberg hj knife blades have a slight bow to the cutting edge near the ricasso


    So its not sharpening, just the way they made the blades during the period.




    Mac 66.

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    Quote by Mac 66 View Post
    max,


    I know what your saying > Heidelberg hj knife blades have a slight bow to the cutting edge near the ricasso


    So its not sharpening, just the way they made the blades during the period.




    Mac 66.

    exactly!

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    Quote by maxxx View Post
    exactly!

    Great ! so we got that one sorted out,


    just checked my photos & you are correct, your Heidelberg hj knife from Birger belonged to me some years ago.



    Mac 66.
    Last edited by Mac 66; 01-10-2015 at 10:20 PM.

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    Hi Max,

    its for sure not on all Heidelberg Knives, lots of them have the normal shape and have no bend.
    I tend to sharpening, and if no signs of sharpening on the blade, then its just the craftsman that had a bad day...
    Regards,
    Ger
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    Quote by gerrit View Post
    Hi Max,

    its for sure not on all Heidelberg Knives, lots of them have the normal shape and have no bend.
    I tend to sharpening, and if no signs of sharpening on the blade, then its just the craftsman that had a bad day...
    Regards,
    Ger
    I made the observations so far only on the transitional knifes.
    I have already observed at 5 hjs knifes.
    to the 2 knifes from my collection was nothing sharpening.

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    Great stuff, go Heidelberg! ;-)

    Are they beer bottles, or milk bottles? I've seen both descriptions before.

    There's nothing wrong or abnormal about a sharpened HJ knife, unless an excessive amount of metal has been removed, and worst of all unevenly.

    Otherwise the knife should be razor sharp as this is very good steel!

    I remember reading that Germany got the steel, or iron ore, for their better (weapons) steel from Sweden. Anyone have any insight on this facet of Third Reich edged weapons?

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    unsharpened my puma knife has the same blade shape.
    not only Heidelberg
    my two Heidelberg knives are also 100% unsharpened


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