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    Sticky: Wilhelm, Once again my Sincere Thanks for all of...

    Wilhelm, Once again my Sincere Thanks for all of your period input cool militariacool militariacool militaria. And I will try to lock it into my memory bank that it's lacquer (1933), bluing...
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    Sticky: Larry, no problem with that as it does seem to be...

    Larry, no problem with that as it does seem to be easier to read. cool militaria In the interest of brevity I left out a few additional (IMO) interesting facts, the first of which is that in a...
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    Sticky: Ger, I will most respectfully have to stand by...

    Ger, I will most respectfully have to stand by what I said. I am and was in agreement that BrĂ¼nieren does come from the French word for Browning (as used at the time on the Continent and UK) which...
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    Sticky: Not a factor here as the scabbards under...

    Not a factor here as the scabbards under discussion uses the correct terminology, in the past I've had a few minor face to face discussions at shows with a well known East Coast dealer and some...
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