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2019 Case Tony Bose-Bullnose Trapper Jigged Bone and Stag

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Item #: CS-TB10367

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Limited to 1,000 Pieces Between 5 Handle Materials

W.R. Case® produces a series of limited edition knives each year based on a Tony Bose design. This year's design was inspired by a large, two bladed field knife Tony saw over 45 years ago. That knife design has stayed with him. This is a classic knife built to withstand just about any job you have for a knife.

Case's Bullnose Trapper is a classically styled folder with a 3-3⁄4" drop point blade and a  3-3⁄4" spey blade of 154-CM stainless at 59-61 Rc. The bolsters and obverse side shield are stainless steel. Only 1,000 total were made between the five handle materials; Brown Jigged Bone, Jigged Chestnut Bone, Ebony, Abalone and Bone Stag. Measures 4-1⁄2" closed. Weighs about 6.3 oz. Each knife ships in a padded leather case. Made in the U.S.A.

These two are the Jigged Bone and Stag bone handle versions. The stag bone is made with bone, but jigged and made to look like stag.

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Case Tony Bose-Bullnose Trapper Brown Jigged Bone

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Case Tony Bose-Bullnose Trapper Bone Stag

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Case Tony Bose-Bullnose Trapper Brown Jigged Bone

  • Type
    Folder
  • Blade
    Drop Point - Spey
  • Blade Length
    3-3/4" - 3-3/4"
  • Finish
    Satin
  • Blade Steel
    154CM
  • Rockwell
    59-61
  • Lock
    Slip Joint
  • Bolsters
    Stainless
  • Liners
    Stainless
  • Handle
    Brown Jigged Bone
  • Closed Length
    4-1/2"
  • Weight
    6.3 oz.
  • Origin
    USA

Option B

Case Tony Bose-Bullnose Trapper Bone Stag

  • Handle
    Bone Stag
  • Weight
    6.5 oz.

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Finally, the W. R. Case Knife Company seems to be in good hands. The family that has guided the Zippo lighter company through so many successful years has begun to make a difference at their knife company. They have called back from retirement, skilled craftsmen who are teaching the current crop of cutlers. These new Case knives look more like those of the 1950's rather than those of the 1970's and 1980's.

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