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SA dagger with yellow substance. Dried Preservative?

Article about: Thanks for all the quick replies! I tried using my finger nail on the blade, cross guard and scabbard fittings. It worked on the cross guard and scabbard but not so much on the blade. There

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    Well done, its turn out just nice.
    Cosmoline has a melting point, when your hair dryer cant produce enough het it will not smelt.
    Guns are easily cleaned, just remove the gripplates and heat up your oven to 140 degrees, it will be clean in 15 minutes.
    Not a good methode for a painted scabbard tho.. only for a single blade....


    Last edited by gerrit; 11-19-2013 at 02:07 PM.

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    Thanks to everyone for the help!

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    Stunning Gnarly..looks to be Near mint!! Good job
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