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Place here your Tiger striped NSKK or SA Grip

Article about: Tiger striped grips can be found on both SA and NSKK daggers. Normal way to make them was by burning the wood of the grip with a flame, after that the grip would be finished, sometimes with

  1. #11


    Thx Luca for adding this one.
    It seems to be the typical Blonde Grip Pack.
    I had to look twice to see if the striped are burned on them or that it is a "reverse" striping by Sandpaper ( often done by the owner, and not at the factory).
    Normally after the burn proces the grip is sealed with a lacquer or a wax coating.
    Your grip has neither one of those so in the beginning i was tempted to say its a sanded one, but the reserve of the grip above the Gau mark shows a burn marking, so its Blonde grip with the right striping

    Thx for showing!


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  3. #12


    Thanks a lot ger!!

  4. #13


    Here is my tiger stripe made by Aesculap to add to the mix, the back shows more detail then the front as you can see, natural sunlight really brings the stripes out nicely.
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  5. #14


    Thanks Max, indeed a great addition to this post!


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    Another "tiger striped" grip Sa dagger by Eickhorn
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  7. #16


    I know this one
    Lovely grip Luca!


  8. #17


    Thanks Ger 😀

  9. #18


    A sweetheart Luca ...very nice.

    Any traces of this being a once Rohm blade?

    Regards Larry
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  10. #19


    unfortunately no traces of motto...may be possible to have a Rohm dedication with the eickhorn trademark at this distance from the guard??

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    Ouch! Beautiful grip! Regards,Geoff

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