Case Mother-of-Pearl Tiny Trapper Pocket Knife
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- Tru-Sharp surgical steel blades
- Clip and Spey blades; smooth mother-of-pearl handle
- Great everyday pocket knife for projects around the house, the outdoors, and hunting
- Length: 2.38 inches closed and 1.0 ounces
- Made in USA; Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Mini & Tiny Trappers
Smaller versions of our Trapper knife.
Mini and Tiny Trapper Knives
Our Mini and Tiny Trappers are smaller versions of our well-known Trapper. The Trapper was originally designed for those who trap small game. These trappers are equipped with two full length blades, a slender Clip blade and a long Spey blade. Because of its basic trapping and skinning blades and it is lightweight, it's a must-have knife for those who trap small game. The Mini and Tiny Trappers are also ideal for everyday tasks and the outdoors. This collection features Tru-Sharp surgical steel and Chrome Vanadium folding blades with bone or synthetic handles to choose from.
Mini and Tiny Trapper Features & Uses
This collection comes in two different sizes.
1) Tiny Trapper - 2.38 inches.
2) Mini Trapper - 3.5 inches.
The Clip blade on our trapper is ideal for prepping food in the kitchen or while out camping.
This knife is great for cutting small vegetables, fruit, cheese, and snack meats.
Our Mini and Tiny Trappers are very useful when it comes to everyday activities. The blades on this knife are perfect for cutting fishing line, cardboard, paper, rope, etc.
The basic trapping and skinning blades on these trappers make it a must-have knife for those who trap small game.
The muted tip on the spey blade prevents any accidental puncturing while skinning and dressing game.
Care Tips for Case Knives
Tru-Sharp Stainless Steel (SS) is a special high-carbon steel that helps the blades hold an edge. It also offers extraordinary blade strength and corrosion resistance.
Chrome Vanadium (CV) blades are known for their edge-holding ability and easy re-sharpening. However, they are less resistant to rusting, pitting and discoloration than stainless steel. We recommend keeping a thin film of oil on the blade to maintain the finish.
|Mini Trapper||Tiny Trapper||Trapper||Slimline Trapper||Trapperlock||Hunter Trapper|
|Handle Material||Bone||Genuine Stag||Sythetic||Synthetic||Bone||Bone|
|Blade Material||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Chrome Vanadium||Chrome Vanadium||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel||Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel|
|Length||3.50 in. closed||2.38 in. closed||4.13 in. closed||4.13 in. closed||4.13 in. closed||4.13 in. closed|
|Main Blade Length||3.25 in.|
|Weight||2.7 oz.||1.0 oz.||4.0 oz.||2.3 oz.||3.4 oz.||5.6 oz.|
|Type of Knife||Everyday Carry - Outdoor||Everyday Carry - Outdoor||Everyday Carry - Outdoor||Everyday Carry - Outdoor||Everyday Carry - Outdoor||Everyday Carry - Outdoor|
|Type of Knife Blade||Folding||Folding||Folding||Folding||Folding||Folding|
|Sheath||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included||Not Included|
|Limited Lifetime Warranty||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
This Case Tiny Trapper pocket knife is part of the Mother-of-Pearl family. Harvested from the inner lining of oyster shells, the handle on this knife is admired as much for its strength as it is for its beauty. Tiny Trappers are a smaller version of our Trapper. This durable folding knife features a smooth pearl handle with two full length blades, the Clip blade and the Spey blade. The Clip blade is commonly used as a multi-purpose blade and preferred for detail work. The Spey blade is commonly used as an all-purpose utility blade. The basic trapping and skinning blades make this a must-have knife for those who trap small game. This knife is constructed with Case Tru-Sharp Stainless Steel which is a special high-carbon steel that helps the blades hold an edge longer than conventional steel. It also offers extraordinary blade strength and corrosion resistance. This pocket knife is suitable for everyday demands, the outdoors, or hiking. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Proudly made in the USA, hand-crafted by skilled artisans.
Top customer reviews
I own several Case XX pocket knives and it's hard to find fault with any of them. If you are a collector and want to haggle about something, you probably could find the occasional knife with an uncentered blade or poor factory edge. But, on the whole, the vast majority of the Case knives I own have been as well made as knives costing 2-3 times more and better value than knives costing 2-3 times less. Case just plain makes good pocket knives at reasonable prices.
Of all the styles Case makes, I rank the Trapper near the top for most purposes although the Stockman remains my favorite and the pattern I consider the most versatile. The full size Trapper is enough knife for most heavier cutting tasks but at just over 4 inches closed, it can be a bit too much for a pants pocket already stuffed with keys, coins, nail clippers, cell phones and whatever else we can jam in there. The Mini Trapper is the same configuration as the full size model but a little bit smaller and a good bit more pocket friendly. The down-sized knife will provide good service for most people's needs. If you're a knife knut like me, you probably have more than one cutting instrument accessible most of the time anyway--usually a larger knife, hatchet or axe in the vehicle--so settling on a knife the size of the Mini Trapper for pocket carry makes very good sense.
This particular Mini Trapper has yellow delrin panels and chrome vanadium blades. It is very retro in design, looks nice and the delrin is tough for those who work their knives hard. The panels on my knife has the panels perfectly set and aligned. I own another Mini Trapper with jigged chestnut bone panels--also perfectly fitted--and that knife is really smart looking. Both knives are up to daily work tasks and I carry both of them on occasions. While it's more traditional to the older style slipjoint pocket knives like Case, the CV non-stainless steel requires a little extra care to prevent it from rusting. It's not hard to take care of, however. You clean it after use, never put it away wet or dirty, intermittently apply a little oil to the joints and the surface of the blade and let the knife develop a patina. The patina is the darkening of the steel that non-stainless blades develop from contact with the chemicals in various substances. This patina helps to protect the blade. If you're not up to taking care of your knives or you just like for them to stay shiny, Case also makes these knives in stainless steel and it performs well. I like the non-stainless steel because it is so easy to maintain a sharp edge and to resharpen when it does become dull.
The Mini Trapper has two blades--a California Clip point blade and a Spey point blade. It's hard to argue with the usefulness of either of these blade designs. The "California" style clip is slightly differently shaped from standard clip point blades but it has the same uses. I don't think I'll ever need the Spey blade for castrating calves out on the ranch but the more rounded point is good for purposes when you don't need a sharp pointed blade. Both blades do fine for slicing apples, stripping wire, whittling wood, opening packages and other mundane daily tasks.
These days you can spend a lot more for a pocket knife. You can also spend a lot less. As far as value, quality build and excellent functionality, I highly recommend a Case XX pocket knife.
Side note (and please note): I'm not a Case salesman but I am sold on this brand. I just find it very rare to get more than your money's worth on a product these days.
About a month before buying one I was looking for a knife that had more of that classic American appeal. You know, something timeless that your father or your grandfather would have carried around in his pocket. Case knives are just that. They are an instant collectible as each ones unique (hand made). If your like me and you've played the field with CRKT, SOG, and other folders but just want something new in your life Case is the one. Everything is flush, everything is quality.
If you are worried about the absence of a liner-lock please note that Case does make models with liner locks.....or button locks for that matter. But make no mistake there is a audible click / pop when the blade is opened and contacts the end spring. I don't worry about it anymore like I did before I tried one. Actually, I found a Stockman model made in 1980 and a Peanut model made in '95 the other day and it functions just as good as their 2015 counterparts.
If you're curious about one of these but are thinking more economical like Buck or Uncle Mike please do yourself a favor and don't bother. Not that they're terrible or anything but they don't have anywhere near the build quality or quality of materials invested in them as does a Case knife. Most often than not those other companies utilize cheaper materials and inferior metals and don't have near the tolerances that a Case does. Buy it once.
The knife arrived on time and was neatly packed in a new box. The box was not damaged in any manner and both the wrap and warranty papers were intact.
The knife was as sharp as can be and the action was perfect.
Overall the knife is beautiful and receives compliments when ever he pulls it out for use.
The Mini Trapper is the perfect size knife for everyday carry. Its not big and bulky but still a good size for tough tasks.
The only issue I saw with this knife was that blue is not on the top sides for the handle. Its a white bone color.
I called Case about this and asked if it wasn't dyed completely and their answer was that no two knives ever look alike and each reflect diversity.
I'm not sure what that meant but my Son still loved it. .
Made In The USA means a lot to me.