This Trapper model has a jigged amber bone handle.
The Case Trapper is one of the most iconic designs ever made. Originally designed for fur trappers (hence the name), the knife includes two blades of equal lengths. The clip point blade is intended for everyday cutting such as slicing food, cutting twine, whittling, etc. The Spey blade, as its name implies, was designed for speying animals, a process that requires a very specific cut, without cutting anything else. The design is excellent for precise cuts, such as openeing a package without damaging its contents. For over a century, the Trapper knife has been a staple everyday carry knife. Add this piece of history to your collection today!
I bought 2 of these for my boys. One of them had the clip point blade only sharpened on one side...totally flat on the other (chisel ground) & wouldn't even slice paper. The other has both blades so off center they catch resistance from liners on the path to closed & actually bend liners when fully closed. The 1st time I spend extra on "Case Quality" & I couldn't be less impressed. I guess China now produces better quality than US made...WTF!? I cannot recommend Case knives. They may use a slightly better steel but that's not worth the diff at this quality level. I own numerous trappers from "lesser quality" manufacturers & all came w/better QC, fit & finish than 2 of first 3 Case knives I've bought. I do recommend you save your $$ & buy 3-4 times the amount of Schrade or Rough Rider trappers. I guess Case Knives quality isn't what it used to be.....sad.