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M33 RZM Emil Voos SS dagger

Article about: Hello guys, this nice dagger came in today. Not mint but rather excellent condition. Crossgrains not easy to see on the pictures but definitely there!!! :-)

  1. #11


    Quote by Larry C View Post
    ..... Hard to say in this circumstance..which way it could go...since the dagger has already been apart.

    This is the,or i better say my,main concern Larry.

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    Quote by kreta1961 View Post
    This is the,or i better say my,main concern Larry.
    ....... as with all daggers with and without plier marks
    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

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    It looks like a very nice dagger - one of the nicer ones
    condition-wise. These days, mediocre and messed
    with pieces seem to be way overpriced anyhow.
    If the price was right, I'd be happy
    with it.........


  5. #14


    I've seen these misfit grips on the Model 33's before, but I still don't particularly Like them. To me, they were probably the end of the day production pieces or the day the supervisor took a long lunch at the beer hall. They are Original and Authentic, but that doesn't make them any prettier. Personally, I would prefer a perfect fit grip that doesn't tower over the guards. The piece originally posted is a fine Emil Voos in great over all condition. I can see nothing amiss with this particular one.

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

  6. #15


    Hi Kris,

    thanks for showing your Voos dagger, the Gents said it all i guess.
    Nice looking one with a grip that doesnt has a perfect fit, but its seen a lot on SS daggers, early and late one.
    Although some makers made perfect ones...
    We see a way better fit on the SA daggers, but the ratio was 1 to 10? so they had a lot more practice i guess
    The fact that SA daggers grips are made of way softer sorts of Wood, will also be a main reason for better fitted grips, easier to work with then dyed hardwood or ebony.


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