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What do you guys think of this SA dagger I found at auction?

Article about: It is marked RZM M7/37. Is it real? Is it good or a bunch of left over parts? Thanks for your help and expertise. Bill

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    It is marked RZM M7/37. Is it real? Is it good or a bunch of left over parts? Thanks for your help and expertise. Bill
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    Looks like a beauty of a transitional NSKK dagger to me. The fittings are all tight and look fine for a transitional, the screws look un-buggered, the fit of the wood and the crossguards is nice. Thumbs up from this dagger novice

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    looks good to me too.

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    It looks fine.
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    Nice to see a transitional Robert Klaas!
    Plated crossguards and all!
    Looks like a keeper to me.

    Jerry

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    Agreed, a fine NSKK dagger with nice cross-graining to the blade.
    ( Get that sticker off A.S.A.P.........! )
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    So far its looking good, the dagger is a nice original transitional, but i like to see the dagger in its scabbard.
    Have to see if the crossguard to scabbard throat fit is ok.

    Ger

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    Nice transitional Birdsman!.....there are some early parts on this dagger ..which is to be expected as this is a transitional dagger. Nice fit all around. Regards Larry
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