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Article about: I bought this in Oct 2006 from a Craigslist ad in Hartford CT. I bought it from the vets nephew. It had been stored with what I was told was a Bakelite glaze. But it looked like cosmoline. I

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    I bought this in Oct 2006 from a Craigslist ad in Hartford CT. I bought it from the vets nephew. It had been stored with what I was told was a Bakelite glaze. But it looked like cosmoline. I cleaned it only to the point of removing the glaze very carefully as to not damage the burnishing.

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    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.

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    Nice dagger - good to see you removed the gunk.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Excellent.
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    Well done on the dagger and rescuing the blade
    cheers Ronnie

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    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

    Ger

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    Nice example!...
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    Great clean up job & a very nice JP Sauer SA

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