I can imagine what the runners look like inside
Im not a fan of putting any oils, lubricants and greases on the blades. Nice to see you rescued the blade from further depreciation.
Maybe you have a Haenel to complete the trio ? you`re 2 for 3
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I have 2! One ground Rohm.
Nice dagger - good to see you removed the gunk.........!
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Well done on the dagger and rescuing the blade
Haenel made lovely grips on their Daggers, but also used that same great wood on their rifle's!
Very nice low step!
Thx for showing
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Great clean up job & a very nice JP Sauer SA