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Case Trapper, Yellow CV, CA-161

  • Case Trapper, Yellow CV, CA-161
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SKU: CA-161
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BRANDCase Knives
BLADE STEELChrome Vanadium
ORIGINUnited States
STEEL TYPECarbon Steel

Case Knives: Case Trapper, Yellow CV, CA-161

The illustrated Case Knife is the (3254CV) Case Trapper Knife that features clip and spey blades made of Chrome Vanadium carbon steel with nail nicks for opening. The Smooth Yellow Synthetic handle of this Case knife, 4 1/8" closed, has a nickel silver Case shield and nickel silver bolsters. The Case Trapper Knife with Smooth Yellow Synthetic handle and carbon steel blades weighs 4 ounces. Made in the USA.

Case Knives: Case Trapper, Yellow CV, CA-161


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Recommended 03/15/2017
By Bob Grigg
Great knife except for the small gap that runs almost the entire length of the knife between the brass liner and the back spring on the spey blade side with some light shining through the knife. Other than the gap this is a great trapper everything else is spot on no side to side blade wiggle with nice walk and talk. Gapless and smooth bolster to cover transition. I have seen better built Case knives but I have seen a lot worse to!
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Another 25 Years! 07/26/2015
By Michael Bonacorsa
This Case trapper was to replace my 25 year-old trapper that took everything I dished out (at this rate, it looks like I won't need another until I'm 90). Trappers are well-built and meant to be used as tools. They're too big for a pocket, so an appropriate belt sheath is necessary. CV takes a good edge time and time again.
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