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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pipeman, Dec 11, 2013.
A couple of Case 4 5/8" SS 61100 Single Blade Saddlehorn knives. The Limited Edition from 1996 - the bottom one from 2011.
Barlows old & new
You can see a reflection of my ceiling fan blades in the blades of my Trapper.
After a pheasant hunt, we played cards, and I won.
I got this one for free, and it's worth every penny.
This little gent is superb. Fit and finish is perfect. I wish all case knives came with such quality from the factory.
Still getting used to the sway back design... the blade always seems backwards when I naturally hold the handle but it works exceptionally well.
Lol, I handed my daughter my swayback to cut a piece of rope and started trying to use the top of the blade.
Here is a new one: a synthetic brown baldhead Slimline Trapper.
Special Redbone on this Case XX 6308 1/2!!
Well, this is weird. I've said for so long that I don't really care for trappers. They're a bit larger and bulkier than I like. For larger knives I prefer something such as a tribal lock which, being a single blade, is slimer. Today I stopped by the local knife shop. He's open again with appropriate precautions. I really just stopped by to say "Hello," but I saw this Case yellow CV trapper from 2016 and thought, "Why not?". Yes, I like it. There's some minor scuffing on the bolsters and the Delrin giving the impression it's been carried, but I could almost believe it has the factory edge, even including the typical factory burr. A few strokes on a mini steel and it is, literally, shaving sharp. Good ol' CV. I put it in my Moore Maker sheath and am carrying it now.
Beautiful knife. One of my favorites.
It's very quickly growing on me!
Here is my 1992 3254 Trapper. It won’t leave my pocket these days.
My 3299 1/2 rehandled in stag by Glennbad.
Out of this world beautiful. Enjoy in good health
New Black G-10 Case Peanut, oldest is the Yellow Peanut.