This will likely be a huge hit due to it's size and utility. I don't know about the details yet of what handle materials will be offered, etc. All I know is what it's going to be. As the thread "evolves" I'm sure the other details will be filled in. This years collaboration, the Tony Bose 3 1/2" Wharncliffe Trapper.
I am glad I put in my reservations now! Wow, I really like the looks of that.
Ooh-de-lah-lay, that's fine.
I really like the size, too.
I already consider Case's wharncliffe Mini Trapper (also 3.5") to be one of their best all-around offerings; this knife will, of course, take that to a whole new level-- including that it sports a true wharncliffe, and not Case's lambsfoot iteration.
Oh, now that's nice.
Great pattern!! I'll definitely be in for 1 or 2 this year
All right!! Destined to be a BIG hit for Case. Way to go Tony! Think I'll light up a stogie just for the occasion.
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I love this one!! Can't wait
Wow! That looks good
Wow! My favorite pattern and favorite size in a Bose/Case collab. Life is good!
How do I get on the list for one?
BTW, I reserved any model they get, before I even knew what the pattern was. I wonder if I should forget about bone scales and stick with ebony. Either bone or ebony would look good, but I think ebony might really look good. Subtle but appealing nonretheless.
Gorgeous! I want 2!!!!
Thats what happens when two great names come up with a beautiful knife,love to see it in stag handles.
At that size I will get one for sure.
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please excuse my ignorance, but do the current case-bose collaborations have milled (relieved) liners? that seems like a very nice extra step that keeps the knife clean looking even after long periods of use. I can see this one does and the pattern\knife in general is really striking a chord with me
Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't the 2012 Traditional's Forum Knife based loosely on that pattern?
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