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HJ dagger with replaced fake diamond?

Article about: Hi Eddie, the one grip plate looks like it has a chip in it. Maybe the grip is good. I can not tell from the photos as like you said the grip looks shiny. My point is , like you said it woul

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    Hi Eddie, the one grip plate looks like it has a chip in it. Maybe the grip is good. I can not tell from the photos as like you said the grip looks shiny. My point is , like you said it would of been alot of time and effort to take the plates off to replace the diamond. Maybe its just the diamond that was replaced. Just a thought! Larry
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    I think it is an original blade with fake bakelite plates and fake diamond.

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    Hi guys, thanks again for all the replies! I'm including some slightly better daylight pictures, it was kinda cloudy today, so not a whole lot better... Here's some pics of the new knife with my other HJ that is missing it's diamond for a comparison. I noticed that the blade on the knife with the bad diamond is a little loose, while the blade on my other knife is rock hard solid. Another thing is that the brass rivets on the knife with the bad diamond stick out a bit more and don't seem as "melted in" as you'd like. Could be just a different maker thing, not really sure, but it's not promising. Could be that the grips were replaced too, I really can't tell.

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    Thanks for showing these Eddie,, these make for great comparison study! Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Eddie, both knifes have origional griplates & solid nickle rivets,
    the griplates are worn on the one with the missing daimond with heavy use imo,
    pity about the repro daimond,

    Regards Mac 66.

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    lose diamond good, glued in diamond bad!

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