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NSKK Dienstdolch made by Ernst Bruckmann

Article about: Here are some pictures of my Ernst Bruckmann NSKK, an 8 on the McSARR list. Rich

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    Here are some pictures of my Ernst Bruckmann NSKK, an 8 on the McSARR list.

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    Very Nice

    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Rich, Now that is a Peach

    thanks for showing

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    No doubt I agree also. great crossgrain and abeautiful grip almost a cherry type color,,, and with stripes!! I can see the gruppe mark barely on the left side of the guard,, but with this gruppe mark,, everyone likes a little "Ho" on the side...........gruppe mark Beautiful dagger Rich. Looking forward to more...Larry

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    Very, very nice. I too really like the color of the wood.

    Jay

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    pretty sweet

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    I love this one!
    great grip and a superb blade!

    Cheers,
    Ger

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    Very Very Nice I love the handle, is this a known trate of the this maker? Just an all around great dagger.

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    Quote by rayvinton View Post
    Very Very Nice I love the handle, is this a known trate of the this maker? Just an all around great dagger.
    Hi Ray great question but ( if you are referring to the striping) it is more common with SA men and not with the makers. To see this type of striping was done by the SA mann Himself with the use of a candle or a small flame. The SA Mann would hold the grip above the flame and turning it evenly to leave behind a striping effect,, or what most collector call "Tiger striping". I highly discourage this practice today as the wood and the stains have changed over 70 years,, and the same effect will be highly detectable if it were done recently.
    If someone can post a few photos of a "Tiger stripe" SA dagger,, I would appreciate it,,I have some temporary issues on my end, that will not allow me to upload photos. Regards Larry

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    Thanks Larry. That is very interesting i thought that it was something from the manuf. good info!!!!

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