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Well, actually yesterday but he left this for me. A Camillus #29 Trapper, probably from the early '70s before Camillus stopped pinning the handles on. Never carried, used or sharpened she's in factory condition. The #29 and the #35 are exactly the same pattern at 3-7/8" closed except the #35 has yellow Delrin® handles.

I'm really glad to have it because these don't come up often. I'm not much on the Trapper pattern but I do like the saber ground Turkish clip main blade.

Please feel free to post here, what ever goodies the mail carrier drops off at your house.

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one heck of a knife! 

Thanks Steve.

I will look for that #35 my goodness, love yellow!

Nice Camillus.  Nothing sharp in the mail for me these days.  We have stopped shipping anything until next month I think.  Boy, once the shop is done though there better be a new knife in my sights!

Steve this is the #35. I think you may like it. (The dark line along the seam between the handle and bolster is caused by the lighting)

Jan -- Since I'm a brand new guy, I don't know what your're talking about. What is it you do??


Yes, look at that yellow...a thing of beauty!
Jerryd6818 said:

Steve this is the #35. I think you may like it. (The dark line along the seam between the handle and bolster is caused by the lighting)

Jan -- Since I'm a brand new guy, I don't know what your're talking about. What is it you do??

I apologize Jerry. I am in the process of moving so nothing is getting mailed to me (no sharp objects, sad face)  My husband builds a knife or two so when we get there and the shop gets up and running the first knife better be mine to make up for a month of no new toys LOL

That is really Nice!!!

And brought an Ulster 63.

What a great knife ! Have to see I may have an Ulster somewhere.

Thanks Steve. It may have been cleaned, oiled and polished up a bit after I got it. Came to me in pretty sad shape. Now I wish I had taken a before picture. She's in pretty good condition for her age (best guess the '70s).

I don't know the model # of this Ulster but I sure like the jigged bone..got it for $15 and spent some time cleaning it.

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