Case Pocket Knife has a staggering selection of pocket knives, each available in a variety of sizes, patterns and materials for both the blade and handle. The more popular patterns are generally the Trapper, Stockman, Peanut and Copperhead.
The Trapper is perhaps the most popular Case pattern since the early days of the company and averages about four inches in length. It was designed for trapping and skinning small game and is extremely lightweight. The Trapper is a jack-knife with a versatile clip blade and and a long spey blade. It really is an excellent pocket knife design and give it’s popularity it can be had in a large variety of handle colors, materials and designs.
The Stockman is another popular Case design originally targeted towards ranchers and include three blades – a clip blade accompanied typically by a spey and sheepfoot blade. Extremely practical and a joy to use, the Stockman also comes in a large array of colors and materials.
The Copperhead is a jack-knife like the Trapper with a master clip blade and secondary pen blade. It became popular during the Vietnam war and carries a recessed tang to avoid the edge causing wear and tear on pockets. In addition, the pocket end bolster extends upward to shield any blade corners. It’s generally smaller than a Trapper or Stockman but not as small as the Peanut.
The Peanut is a small but extremely versatile knife which includes a main clip blade and usually a pen or spey blade housed on the same end of the knife. The clip blade is used for the most challenging tasks while the pen or spey is usually put to work on smaller jobs. The dainty little Peanut knife is perfect for junior outdoorsmen or boy scouts.