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Great Eastern Cutlery Pioneer Trapper Schrade Brown Pick Bone Serialized SUSA2

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$98.00

This is the Great Eastern Cutlery Schrade Pioneer Trapper, has Brown Pick Bone handles and Brass liners.  The blade steel is 1095 and finish is Polished.

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This is the Great Eastern Cutlery Schrade Pioneer Trapper, has Brown Pick Bone handles and Brass liners.  The blade steel is 1095 and finish is Polished.

*Our opinion:  The pull is a 8/10.  The action is 5/5.  (ratings explained)   The GEC effort on this run as compared to their entire catalog is 7.

 

Maker : Great Eastern Cutlery
Brand : Schrade
Year : 2007
Handles : Brown Pick Bone
Factory ID : SUSA2
Pattern : Trapper
Pet Name : Pioneer
Condition : New/Mint
Blade Steel : 1095
Steen Hardness : 56-58HRC
Liners : Brass
Bolsters : Nickel Silver
Blade Type : Clip
# Blades : 2
# Backsprings : 2
*Pull (1-10) : 8
*Action(1-5) : 5
Spring Pressure : 3.6 lbs
Closed Length : 4 1/2 inches
Longest Blade : 3 3/4 inches
Longest Sharp : 3 3/8 inches
Overall Length : 8 1/4 inches
Weight : 6.18 ounces
Half Stops : Yes
Factory Box : Yes
Blade Finish : Polished
Country : USA
Serialized : Serialized
*Factory Effort : 7
Notes: : These were from the learning stages at GEC. There will be blade scratches, bone flat spots, etc. All are factory fresh from 10+ years ago.

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What others are saying

  1. Tyler

    5 out of 5 Hard use slipjoint

    (verified owner)

    This slipjoint is a bear to open and close. But it is very well built and seems like a real woodmans tool. This knife makes you feel like a frontiersman

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  2. Jeffrey Graham

    Question

    Was just wondering what the serial # is on this particular knife, since they are number. Thanks

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    • Mike Latham

      Numbers are random.

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  3. Sean

    5 out of 5 This Beauty is a Beast!

    (verified owner)

    I was looking for a robust trapper design and this GEC made gem, based on the #23 pattern, really fits the bill! The fit and finish is near perfection and at par with the recent GEC knives I have purchased. The only difference in this 10+ year old knife is a fairly strong action/back spring which did not surprise me based on CK’s ratings, and is something I actually preferred in this large bladed design.

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