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Trophy Husband
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We went to see Jimmy Webb a couple weekends ago. I asked him to sign a trapper for me for obvious reasons.

Jimmy Webb is the songwriter that wrote, "Wichita Lineman".

 
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And yes, I do like Case trappers...These are the ones I have along with the other Case knives I have collected through the years.

 
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Very nice!
 
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Ermagherd,
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Here’s a few I pulled out of the safe

Top is a 40-64 slimline trapper in greenbone
65-69 USA red bone
70 ten dot stag
75 delrin
80s stag
Newer 2000s red bone
A few more newer ones in boxes, but nothing special

 
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Elkabong:
Is the top one a single blade knife?
 
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Ermagherd,
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Elkabong:
Is the top one a single blade knife?


Correct, I call them slimline trappers, not sure if that’s official name Or not
 
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What is the pattern number stamped on the back of the base of the blade?
 
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Ermagherd,
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Originally posted by bustabuddy:
Elkabong:
Is the top one a single blade knife?


Correct, I call them slimline trappers, not sure if that’s official name Or not


Yes, Case calls them "Slimline Trapper".
 
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Originally posted by ElKabong:
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Originally posted by bustabuddy:
Elkabong:
Is the top one a single blade knife?


Correct, I call them slimline trappers, not sure if that’s official name Or not


Yes, Case calls them "Slimline Trapper".


That's the one I had as a teenager in the sixties. Can't remember what happened to it.
 
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I love Trappers but the only one I own is a yellow handled Slimline with a single clip point blade.
 
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I have eight Case Trappers. Most are bone or stag handles and I have one set of Davy Crockett and two other guys. These Trappers are among a full set of 30 Case knives I am saving for my Grandsons to have some day. I will buy more Trappers, They are good knives.
Hillbilly Dan
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YES, I have been collecting Trappers for several years now. I have 8 of them. I enjoy these knives as well as Sowbellies and Saddle Horns. Collect them all. Have a few other such as two tooth picks and a Stockman or two. I just enjoy knives. Started recently buying some Great Eastern Cutlery knives. Wow am I impressed with them. Some of the best I have ever seen.
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Copperlock is my favorite pattern.

Followed by Canoe.

Generally prefer the locking blades though.

But I collect many of their different patterns ... mostly in natural materials but also have a few synthetics.


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I loves me some old Case knives, they just make me feel .....good!!
 
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