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Land Customs Dagger

Article about: Hello guys ive just picked this up at the weekend maker is Clemen & Jung who seemed to be up ther on the producers of this dagger even they are not a biggest of dagger producers, the bla

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    Beautiful example Ronnie, congrats on adding it to your collection! Clemen & Jung is an uncommon mark to find on most blades. That said, they seemed to be less uncommon on Customs blades. This is something I've noticed for a while now, taking notice of the maker marks of Customs edged weapons. I guess C&J had some connection within the administration of that branch of government.

    Although my Land Customs dagger is a later Horster example, my Customs bayonet is a Clemen & Jung. It is a 3R produced short model with 8" blade & wide blood groove, an aluminum hilt & still retains the clamshell device. For those of you with a copy of Ron Weinand & Gary Walker's excellent book "German Clamshells & Other Bayonets", an identical example is shown on page 121.

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    Hi Ronnie, looks completely fine if you ask me too! Any land/water customs ive ever seen in the flesh were either completely beat up or minus the leather on the scabbard.
    Anyway good choice so enjoy!

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    Thanks for the comments guys
    cheers Ronnie

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    An exceptional addition to your collection Ronnie!
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Thanks Ralph

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    Hi Ronnie,

    i cant say anything about its originality as these Custom daggers are a brand of their own, needing now a days deep investigations before buying.
    I have not had the drive to deepen my knowledge on these beauty.
    Knowing you a bit im pretty sure you have absorbed all available info before buying this one.
    I like the alu fittings, the shape of the scabbard and their overall appeareance.
    Congratz on this one Ron!


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    Thanks Ger and yes about looking for the information on these daggers, like you say they are a brand of their own and i try to be a little more cautious chasing a not so common dagger thanks for the reply
    cheers Ronnie

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