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#114661 01/22/2007 05:46 PM
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Just wanted to show some pics of this Army I bought at one of the first MAXs. I've never seen a pommel like this.Mike

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There are nickel silver oak leaves all along the backstrap, unto the sides of the handle, and up over the pommel area

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This could be considered for trade involving SA daggers, Mike

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Handle is actually solid ungilted brass in excellent condition-very overcast day.

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OOOPS!!Looks like some one lost the backstrap and made up a filler. Who`s the maker? Looks like a Pack product.

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Sorry, forgot to say- no maker mark but the eagle design is identical to several Packs I've owned. Don't think home done, as workmanship is too exact. mike

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I donít think that Iíve seen the equal of this one. The backstrap seems to have some movement in it (?). And I canít tell how itís attached to the blade. Perhaps when a chance for better lighting presents itself some more images can be taken to get a better look. Without that the images are just too dark IMO to form a good opinion. FP

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My geuss would be that the back strap has replaced. I've seen the oak leaf pattern somewhere else.

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The piece is solid as a rock- it is also attached with pins that go from those side flared areas into the handle-hell, I'll bring it to the Max this year, I've got a table. Mike


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