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The American Trapper Knife

1476393160

Chestnut-dyed bone scales, brass and nickel silver hardware and liners.

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1476393174

Knife is 4.125" in length when closed.

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1475854494

Knife is 7.5" in length when open. Blade is 3" in length.

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1470940041

Liner lock with detent.

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1470940042

Tru-Sharp surgical stainless steel blade with engraved thumb stud.

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1470940043

Expertly made by Case Knives in the USA.

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1470940039

Pocket clip.

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The American Trapper Knife

Expertly made by Case Knives, our American Trapper Knife is a wilderness classic with all the trimmings. A handsome build, from the chestnut-dyed bone scales, brass and nickel silver hardware and liners, down to the engraved thumb stud.

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Expertly made by Case Knives, our American Trapper Knife is a wilderness classic with all the trimmings. A handsome build, from the chestnut-dyed bone scales, brass and nickel silver hardware and liners, down to the engraved thumb stud.

Story

Our American Trapper Knife is an American wilderness classic with all the trimmings. The trapper-style blade has a long, straight edge with a curve toward the tip, which is useful for engineering a snare with only a sapling and some cord, and for prepping your quarry by the campfire. Our American Trapper is a handsome build, from the chestnut-dyed bone scales, brass and nickel silver hardware and liners, down to the engraved thumb stud. The liner lock has a clever detent mechanism that gives the blade a two-stage movement for added safety when closing, and holds the blade securely home. If the polished finish weren't enough to make this a proud knife, the "Case XX" on the badge lets you know this is piece of American craft history.

Specs
  • Blade: 3"
  • Overall: 7.5"
  • Closed: 4.125"
  • Liner lock with detent
  • Pocket clip
  • Engraved thumb stud
Materials
  • Tru-Sharp surgical stainless steel
  • Dyed bone
  • Brass and nickel silver hardware and liners
Origin
  • Made in the USA
Notes
  • Ships with our Knife Handbook with information on care and sharpening