Specifications and features:
Remington Boy Scouts of America pocket knife
Two piece can opener
Bottle opener and screwdriver
Acorn shield inlayed jigged bone handle
Authentic recreation of the Boy Scouts of America knife made in 1940
Includes leather pouch
Boy Scouts of America Pocket Knife -
Remington 2009 Boy Scouts of America Knife. This knife is a recreation of circa 1924 model, RS333R1A pattern. Stainless blade, screwdriver, bottle and can opener, and punch. Knife has jigged Delrin stag handles with nickel silver bolsters and shackle, Boy Scout shield, and comes with colorful poster featuring previous Boy Scout articles and advertisements. Knife comes in colorful cardboard gift box.
Clip Blade -
The clip blade is a classic shape and very practical. Its name describes a shape that seems to have a portion of the spine of the blade clipped off. This brings the blade point lower for extra control and enhances the sharpness of the tip. It provides ample "belly" in the blade for slicing or skinning and a good tip for inserting in and under things that need to be cut. You will often find a false edge with the clip point.
Hollow Ground -
The ground surface of the blade is concave and used to create a fine cutting edge.
A tool that uses a hard blade or wire with an abrasive edge to cut through softer materials.
A tool used for turning screws.
Bottle Opener -
Used for removing caps or corks from bottles.