Folding Pocket Knife
Case Knives USA, Mini Trapper CA029 folding pocket knife, made in USA. Measures 9 cm (3.5 inches) closed, 7.5 cm (2.9 inches), chrome vanadium steel, clip and spey blades. Excellent every day carry pocket knife. Traditional Trapper design, also suitable for whittling, wood carving, model making etc. Brass handle liners, nickel silver bolsters, synthetic yellow handle scales.
Case Knives Yellow CV series includes 16 different pocket knife patterns with polished synthetic yellow handles and chrome vanadium steel blades. Chrome vanadium steel is harder and holds a longer lasting cutting edge than stainless steel but is less resistant to corrosion. Chrome vanadium steel folding knives should be cleaned and oiled after use to prevent corrosion. All knives are made in the USA with highly polished blades, bolsters, backsprings and handle scales. The year of manufacture of each Case knife can be identified using the XX and dot system marked on the blade tang. Further information on the marking system can be found on the WR Case website.
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The Case Mini Trapper is a traditional classic pocket knife that lends itself to everyday cutting and slicing tasks very well. It even does a fine job with food prep. The long Spey blade is the same thickness along its length. Sometimes I use it to pry with - within reason - something ordinarily to be avoided with a pocket knife. The California clip blade, however, has a distal taper along its length, ending in a fine thin point. Not good for prying but excellent for slicing cuts and detail work. Case's CV steel is wonderful to work with. A few strokes on a Spyderco Sharpmaker produces a very keen edge. Finish by stropping with some buffing compound on an old belt or a piece of non-corrugated cardboard and you have a beautiful sharp edge. The yellow scales are tasteful, not garish, and lend an old-world charm and grace. The half-stops are a nice feature. Overall, this pattern is a great choice where a smaller pen knife, say, the superb Case Peanut, is just a little small for the task at hand. Sits almost unnoticed in one's back pocket, next to a wallet. A good dependable choice for EDC.