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Case Cutlery 08055 Case Boy Scouts of America Jr. Scout Navy Blue Bone

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5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Engineered for quality and durability
  • Made using the highest quality materials
  • Award winning manufacturing methods
  • Standard Jigged Navy Blue Bone, Boy Scouts of America
  • Tru-Sharp surgical steel blades
  • Clip blade, Can Opener, Screwdriver and Leather Punch
  • Made in USA
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Case honors our longstanding commitment to Scouting with the No.08055 Standard Jigged Navy Blue Bone Jr. Scout (64090R SS). The blades are made of polished Tru-Sharp TM surgical steel that is skillfully honed to a razor's edge and include an embellished Spear blade, Can Opener, Screwdriver and Leather Punch. The bone handle features the universal Boy Scouts of America brass emblem. Finished with a bail makes it easy to attach to a lanyard or key chain. W.R. Case and Sons Cutlery Company has been a leading American manufacturer of premium, hand-crafted knives for more than a century. Still manufactured in Bradford, Pennsylvania by skilled artisans using the finest materials and time-honored techniques-this rich heritage makes Case knives the brand of choice for sportsmen and knife enthusiasts, as well as the most collected knives in the world. From hunting and pocket knives to the V-42 Stiletto carried by U.S. Army soldiers in World War II, to the M-1 Astronauts knife carried on the Gemini and Apollo missions, Case knives have been a trusted companion, as well as a tool, for generations.

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Technical Details

Part Number 08055
Item Weight 5.3 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.4 x 0.5 x 0.8 inches
Item model number 08055
Item Package Quantity 1
Number of Handles 1
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description limited lifetime warranty

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ASIN B003HJAGL4
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5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #433,793 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#1,660 in Sports & Outdoors > Outdoor Recreation > Camping & Hiking > Knives & Tools > Folding Knives
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces
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Date First Available April 16, 2010

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The Case BSA scout jr. is made for the collector of Boy Scout Knives as well as the collector of Case Knives. The size of the Scout Jr. is the same as the old Cub scout knives (3 3/8 inches closed) The knives are well made with Case Tru-Sharp surgical steel (essentially a 420HC steel). The red and blue BSA etch is a nice touch. There is little, if any blade rub. Over all quality is on par with other knives made by Case.

Jigged blue bone is simple beautiful and some of the best I have seen. If you collect Boy Scout knives, you may want to spring for this one. I have looked high and low for a better but the price on Amazon seems to be your best bet.

As this is a Case knife made for collecting, I wouldn't expect its value to sky rocket over the long haul, but at the same time, they were made in a limited supply so when they are gone, there will be an artificial price spike and those trying to buy it then will over pay through the nose. Get it while they are still under $100.

(New Edit 3/12/13-- The five star rating is for the overall build and the collect-ability of the knife. Boy Scout knives have always been a collectible type of knife and the same is true for Case knives. On a usability scale, I would rate this knife around 2 or 3 stars. While the build is rock solid and exceptional, the can opener is too small to be practical and using the main blade would ruin the blade etch and thus reduce the knives value very quickly. If you're looking for a knife to use, this is probably not the one you will want to grab.)
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At this price point, I doubt there is anything better on the market. If you can afford to have a custom model made, you wouldn't be here. Everything is tight and well-fitted, with no blade wobble or hesitation to stay open or closed. The coloring is consistent and the jigging is well done. Case is my "low" point in knives. I have yet to find any of these "TV specials" to be of any value. excepting when they are a branded Case, in which case you pay full market price. This knife works just as well as did the ones of 60 years ago, but is better because we can make a higher quality of the steel they use, have better machinery to produce parts, better jigging ad coloring methods of the scales, and closer parts tolerances. These are all little things, but little things add up, and in the final product you have either a mess or a Case. More expensive than other like knives? Definitely. Worth it too. Read John Ruskin's comment on quality; it boils down to this--you get what you pay for. Really, people, do you honestly believe you can get a good knife for $6 or $7, unless you intend to throw it in the river when it's done the only job it'll ever do. Case is the point where quality begins, and the sky is the limit from there. Less than Case, or Victorinox, and you are WASTING your money on a new product. You could probably get an almost (patent infringement, you know) exactly the same knife made by a "name" maker. You'd also be out at least $200.00, if not more. This knife is not made to cut open steel railroad boxcars or depleted uranium bulk waste containers, but as a "must have" in a "go-bag" or even just a plain old pocket knife, this will do about 90% over what you're likely to need to do.
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Got this knife as a gift for a friend's 7 year old son. When it arrived I thought it was a little smaller than I expected, but it is nice looking and solidly built. My only concern was that it was too sharp for a 7 year old. Gave it to him and he loves it.
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By JimG on October 3, 2014
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A good size for a usable pocket knife. It takes a good edge.
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