I think the term is butchered.
haha! Yeah... They can't all be minty full Rohm's... But I will take any dagger that wants to walk in out of the woodwork.
A Rohm is a Rohm,, although a backyard grind job but still in decent condition. Everything looks right with it including the gruppe mark. I like the grip
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I would love to have a Rohm in my collection! Very cool dagger, I personally like the been there look!
Love the dagger, shame someone took a grinder to it...
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Pretty rough grind job, but it is what it is - A nice dagger.........!
The Haenel daggers are one of my favorite early SA daggers. I got a pristeen one last year with a three piece hanger when I bought a small old collection. My first SA back in 1958 was a Haenel. The daggers show the maticulous craftmanship brought over from their gun making division.
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Good honest dagger.
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