Remingtons Legacy Continues with Heritage Knife

Madison, N.C. – The Remington® Arms Crest Shield represents a tradition that dates back to the 1800’s where the crest was found on every firearm manufactured from 1888 to 1914. The Remington Heritage Series of traditional folding knives celebrates that same legacy with the crest stamped on the front bolster of each knife in the collection. New for 2009, Remington is proud to introduce two exciting new offerings in the Heritage Series, the 2-Blade Razor and the Congress folding knives available with Green Jigged Bone or Laminated Wood handles. The current collection is comprised of eight classically-styled knives, perfectly suited for the avid collector or for everyday use.

The 2-Blade Razor Folder features a razor and clip blade constructed of 440 high carbon stainless steel with a hollow ground finish. The blades close nicely within either a Green Jigged Bone (R-93 pattern) or two-toned Laminated Wood handle (R-91 pattern). Nickel silver bolsters and thick brass liners complete the traditional look of the knives. The closed length is 3 inches.

The Congress Folder features four blades (Spey, Sheepfoot, Razor, and Pen) constructed of 440 high carbon stainless steel with a hollow ground finish. The four blades close nicely within either a Green Jigged Bone (R-103 pattern) or two-toned Laminated Wood handle (R-101 pattern). Nickel silver bolsters and thick brass liners complete the traditional look of the knives. The closed length is 4 inches.

Specifications:

  • Remington Arms Crest Shield
  • Available in Green Jigged Bone or Laminated Wood Handles
  • Nickel Silver Bolsters and Thick Brass Liners
  • 440 High Carbon Stainless Steel Blades with Hollow Ground Finish
  • Made in the USA

The Heritage Series Knives represent a great American company, and the Remington dedication to quality.