Remington Introduces Boy Scouts Pocketknife

January 05 2009

Madison, N.C. – Remington is proud to introduce a new collector series of nostalgic Boy Scouts of America® Pocketknives for 2009, the first of many BSA® patterns to come. Officially licensed, this 2009 authentic reproduction series will be based on the original RS3333 scout pattern, created in 1924, and will utilize tooling from the actual Remington factory in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

This uniquely-crafted pocketknife will undergo over 115 hand operations and true to its roots, this 2009 authentic reproduction series ships in hinged cardboard box design much as the knives produced from 1923 to 1940. To add to the authenticity, each knife includes a poster containing original advertising pieces and articles.

This officially licensed Boy Scouts of America® Collectible Pocketknife series will feature 440 High Carbon stainless steel blades including a combined bottle opener/flathead screwdriver; can opener; leather punch; and large spey blade with the BSA vintage logo etched on one side of the blade. The handle is jigged bone with the BSA® acorn shield inlayed.


  • First Remington BSA® Pocketknife manufactured since 1940
  • 440 High Carbon Stainless Steel blades
  • BSA vintage logo etch
  • Classic RS3333 pattern
  • Bone Handle with BSA® Acorn Shield
  • Nickel silver bolsters and brass liner
  • Shipped in vintage hinged BSA/Remington box with original advertising articles
  • Limited Edition
  • Made in USA

Remington is honored to be an official licensee of the Boy Scouts of America® in reintroducing a true classic!