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Article about: I picked this dagger up at the last SOS and sold it when I got home. The other day the local pawn shop owner called and said to drop in as he had something I might be interested in. Quite a

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    I picked this dagger up at the last SOS and sold it when I got home. The other day the local pawn shop owner called and said to drop in as he had something I might be interested in. Quite a surprise as it was the same dagger I had sold earlier. He had picked it up on trade at a gun show. Small world!!
    The scabbard is an RZM but fits up pretty nice. I love the color of the grip and its fit. I will move it on again but thought I would share the story.

    Steve
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    That grip is nice, almost a blonde which E Packs are known for. I think lol

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    Quote by maximus71 View Post
    That grip is nice, almost a blonde which E Packs are known for. I think lol
    Maybe a dirty blonde!! LOL

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    Very cool story, along with a beautiful piece!

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    Hi Steve..I wish some of the daggers I sold would come back around again.and still kick myself for it to this day

    Love the wood and the grip fit on the dagger. Very nice. The Gauleiter cap is exceptional also.

    Early SA scabbards do tend to pop up every once in awhile.

    Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

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    Quote by No1canuck View Post
    Maybe a dirty blonde!! LOL
    I married a "dirty" blonde"
    ----oops, wrong topic
    gregM
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    That scabbard could well be a RZM Pack one, as the fit to the throat is more then well, and we all know that Pack guards need Pack throats to fit....
    It seems it just wanted to get back home to his buddy the SA "Schirmmütze"

    Best,
    Ger

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