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Case Trapper: from traditional hunting knife to crowd favourite

The term ‘trapper’ comes from the hunter who uses traps to catch game. It's no longer that relevant in Europe, but in the United States this is still done in some states. Partly for fur and meat, partly for wildlife control. During these tasks you need a good pocket knife: the Trapper.

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Case Knives Trapper: making great knives for over 100 years

Traditionally, a Trapper pocket knife has two blades: a clippoint and a speypoint. Together, these blades are perfect for skinning game and EDC use alike. The pointed tip of the clippoint is great when making incisions and for other detailed tasks. The speypoint is traditionally the knife they used to castrate bulls. It has a more rounded belly, making it very suitable for cutting vegetables and peeling fruit. The blades are located next to each other, around the same hinge.

Kinds of Trappers

The Case Trapper is one of the most popular patterns in Case's range. Few pocket knives are available in as many versions as the Trapper. From tiny to pretty hefty, and with different handle materials. In all its versions, this makes the Case Knives Trapper one of the most collectible pocket knives on the market.