The Jumbo Trapper is slightly longer and nearly twice as wide as a standard trapper. While they didn’t invent it (Utica Cutlery was making it five years earlier), it was popularized during the 1920s in Remington’s famed line of Bullet Knives as the R1123 and R1128 patterns, and the same frame was used on the R1306 and R1303 lockbacks. Queen has called this knife the Mountain Man Pattern. A smaller Remington knife with the same proportions, the R1173, is commonly known as a “Baby Bullet”. See: Trapper, Standard.