Introducing Remington Cutlery Collectors Club

January 05 2009

Madison, N.C. – Remington began manufacturing top-quality pocket knives in the early 1920’s, and ever since their initial introduction, Remington knives have been prized for their functional design, unsurpassed workmanship and first-rate materials. In conjunction with the introduction of the Remington Cutlery Collector’s Club (RCCC), a commemorative “Knife of the Year” is being introduced for 2009. Membership in RCCC is required to purchase this knife and other special edition offerings. For further information, please visit

Combining elements of American cutlery history and Remington heritage in a classic folding knife design, the inaugural Cutlery Collector’s Club “Knife of the Year” is based on the vintage R103 pattern, the first knife ever produced by Remington. This knife, as every future RCCC offering, is made in the USA and will carry the last published tang stamp from 1940 as well as the Remington trademark blade etch.

This first-in-a-series knife features two blades, a 4-inch clip blade and a 2 1/2–inch pen blade, both constructed of 440 stainless steel, enclosed in a handle reproduced from the original jig used on many Remington knives between 1920 to 1940. The knife measures 5-inches when closed and also features nickel silver bolsters and brass liner.


  • Inaugural RCCC “Knife of the Year” and available only to RCCC members
  • Original R103 pattern from 1920
  • Handle reproduced from original jig used from 1920 to 1940
  • 440 stainless steel blades including 4-inch clip and 2 ½-inch pen
  • Closed measurement of 5 inches
  • 1940 Tang Stamp and Remington trademark blade etch
  • Made in USA

Don’t miss the opportunity to add this one-of-a-kind, finely-crafted Remington knife to your collection by joining the Remington Cutlery Collector’s Club today!