The 2011 Remington Official Boy Scout Knife is a blast from the past that, in turn, salutes the distant past. They were part of a factory buy out, so they’ve never been used, carried, or sharpened. They’re a seriously neat piece of USA knife history you can pick for a budget friendly price of about $40.

These knives were the fourth edition of a five-year Remington program that paid tribute to the Boy Scouts of America. They’re authentic reproductions of a 1924 Boy Scout Knife. They have a 2.375” 440 stainless steel spear point blade, a cap lifter with a screwdriver tip, and a can opener.

We seriously love the mint julep jigged bone handles which are accented by the iconic “Be Prepared” shield. They have nickel silver bolsters and pins with stainless steel liners. They also include full color, vintage style packaging, a postcard version of a reproduction of Normal Rockwell’s “A Scout Is Friendly”, and a Remington Collector’s Edition certificate of authenticity. Each knife is 3-3/8” closed and weighs just over two ounces.

2011 Remington Official Boy Scout Knife Details

  • 440 Stainless Steel Blade and Tools
  • 2.375” Spear Point
  • Mint Julep Jigged Bone Handles
  • Nickel Silver Bolsters and Pins
  • Stainless Steel Liners
  • Nickel Silver “Be Prepared” Shield
  • Vintage Packaging
  • Postcard Sized Reproduction of Norman Rockwell’s “A Scout Is Friendly”
  • 2.08 Ounces
  • 3.375” Closed
  • Made in the USA

Whether you’re a knife collector or a knife user, the 2011 Remington Official Boy Scout Knife makes an outstanding addition to any knife collection. You can pick one up for about $40. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.

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