Case Trapper Knives

There were 37 knife patterns manufactured in the early to mid 1990s that make up the Case Classic line of knives. They are the product of Jim Parker's realization of a dream to replicate classic knives of many years past.
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Case Trapper Knives

Postby Sut Tatersaul » Wed Mar 28, 2018 4:44 pm

Hi, All:
I have accumulated knives, from as far back as I can remember. Now at 86, I'm old enough, that I should stop that nonsense, instead, I've decided to, narrow my obsession down a little, and collect a few styles of Case xx knives. I have a few Cheatah style knives, a few Russlock style, and now have started to collect a few Trapper style knives. As my budget limits me to inexpensive knives, I need advice from the expert collectors, of this forum. How to avoid scams, scale material to avoid, how to avoid overpaying, and the best places to buy the knives? In other words, make me a collector, in a few easy steps. Please overlook my attempted humor. Thanks.

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Re: Case Trapper Knives

Postby kennedy knives » Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:50 pm

Being you are a member here this maybe the place to do your collecting . ::tu:: I would hope that you could get an honest price for what you are buying from the guys or dealer's on ABPK ::ds::

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Re: Case Trapper Knives

Postby XX Case XX » Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:32 pm

Based on all of your questions, this is my advise:

1. Start your searches right here at the AAPK Stores. Most all of the store owners are stand-up guys.
2. Place a "Want-Ad" in the appropriate section. Be specific in what you're looking for. Maybe you'll like them, maybe you won't but it's free to look.
3. Look carefully at the photos and if you have questions-ask. If the seller is sincere, he'll reply back, answering all your questions.

Except for the want-ad, you can do the same thing on eBay, etsy, Ruby Lane, letgo, and other places like that. You can also look at similar items on eBay and see what they sold for. But if it were me, I'd stay close to home and carefully select my knives right here. We don't take kindly to scam artists and con men on this site.

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