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Discussion in 'Camillus Collector's Forum' started by bucklife301, May 29, 2019.
And the reverse side. DM
Here is a Camillus 716 model with double locking blades. These are the 'brain child' of Phil Gibbs. They were only made for 2 years, 1990-91 era at the Camillus plant. A well thought out model. So, glad we have these. DM
Here is a picture of Camillus small Trapper model ccc-5. The handle and blades are the shape of the large Trapper just about 30% smaller
and instead of a lanyard sleeve at the opposite end. It has a brass pin. I think this knife fits in a slot of 'a useful size'. I can see this model
working nicely as a bird & trout or a small game knife. i.e. squirrel & rabbit knife. A handy size. DM
The other side.
Ok, thanks. I'll go back through the paperwork and try to find that number. DM
Ok, that number^ does not appear on the box, paperwork or knife. So, ? DM
No, it never appears on the box, paperwork or knife. This is the inside factory number of the pattern that is used in production.
Ok, so inside information. DM
But you need one more
Very nice bone and jigging on those!
And one more jigged bone trapper
Those are some nice knives that bottom of a 45-70 hull is pretty neat.
bucklife, thanks for posting your set of large Trappers. Handsome.
Those Camillus cartridge knives are awesome. DM
Update since my last pictures posted got another one hey @Vit_213 got me a 45-70 it’s different than yours it has no blade etching. I still need one more LoL.
Really like your Trappers^. DM
Thanks David I figured you would see them here I didn’t want to take the other thread off course, you notice anything odd about the 45-70 there is a lot of differences, compared to my others.
The lanyard hole sleeve is inset. Not protruding. But I've seen that before. What others? DM
I think it’s unfinished or a parts knife the pins are not flush and the larger pin is not pinged. Neither the bone or bolsters have been polished
Without the silk screen it could be. My Buck parts Trapper was like that. So, that's the one I carry and use. Still, a great example. DM