G. Grafrath German Springer

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Tkreil66
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G. Grafrath German Springer

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Finally found my first Grafrath Springer after a long time of looking. Needs a little work spring replaced ( appears to be a 1 piece) and a good cleaning, scales look great.I have already emailed Bill D. to have it done and will post after pics.
Thanks for looking
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Re: G. Grafrath German Springer

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Beautiful knife. The last pic of all your springers looks amazing!!

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Nice! Awesome collection!
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That's an awful lot of lever locks!
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Outstanding!
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Cool and very nice collection of levers!
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Tkreil66

Awesome collection of leverlocks . 8)

Love the Grafrath clipoint.pretty rare....great stag and a great little carbon bladed user knife.

Thanks for sharing the other levers with us all .....now I know where all the shellpullers have gone .:)

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Tkreil66,

As a fan and collector of old German leverlocks I was quite intrigued by the photo of your collection. If you have the time and interest, please post photos. I can assure you many of us would be most appreciative.

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Re: G. Grafrath German Springer

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Thank you all for looking!

Jim D, thanks for the interest! I will be posting more soon, my family and I have been in the process of moving the last month and it’s been a pain with no extra time.
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Tkreil66,

I understand how demanding moving is and thanks in advance for the photos when you can find time to post.

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Awesome collection! How long have you been collecting?
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john wrote:Awesome collection! How long have you been collecting?
Thanks John. Been collecting a little over 2 years
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Tkreil66 wrote: Fri Apr 12, 2019 1:56 am Finally found my first Grafrath Springer after a long time of looking. Needs a little work spring replaced ( appears to be a 1 piece) and a good cleaning, scales look great.I have already emailed Bill D. to have it done and will post after pics.
Thanks for looking
Hey my friend I love that you are into grafrath Springers I have two at the moment they are amazing knives brother ps. I love the pic of your leverlock collectionImage
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Very nice
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Cool- nice ones!
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