RoseCraft Blades Full Traditional Lineup & New Cover Materials Revealed\Teaser @RoseCraftBlades

Slipjoint Sawyer
16 May 202421:11

TLDRIn this video, Sawyer from Slip Joint showcases the full lineup of RoseCraft Blades' traditional knives, featuring exclusive sneak peeks at new cover materials. The video covers various models such as the Little Riverbend Skinner, the Zambesi, the Appalachian Jack, and the Holston River Surgeon's Knife, among others. Sawyer highlights the quality, design, and UK legality of each knife, and provides updates on discontinued patterns and upcoming releases. He also teases new materials like blue Micarta and Rosewood for the Zambesi, and stabilized wood for the AoI River Jack. The presentation is engaging, offering a comprehensive look at the craftsmanship and appeal of RoseCraft's traditional knives.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ—ก๏ธ RoseCraft Blades will unveil their new coin at the Blade Show in June, featuring signatures of all the team members on the back.
  • ๐Ÿ“ฆ Traditional knives from RoseCraft come in a tan-colored box with the company's logo, barcode, and model number.
  • ๐Ÿ” The first knife discussed, RCT 001, is the RoseCraft Little Bend Skinner, which now comes in black micata instead of white smooth bone.
  • ๐ŸŒŸ RCT 002, the Zambesi, is a small knife with a unique design, and it will be released with new handle materials, blue Micarta and Rosewood.
  • ๐Ÿž๏ธ RCT 003, the Appalachian Jack, is an old ISL pattern knife that is currently in stock but may be hard to find in the future.
  • โš•๏ธ RCT 004, the Holston River Surgeon's Knife, is a two-bladed design that is UK legal and considered a light-use knife, currently in the vault.
  • ๐ŸŽ‰ RCT 005 won 'Knife of the Year' in its budget range and is available in both orange bourbon bone and smokey gray bone.
  • ๐ŸฆŒ RCT 006, the Beaver Creek Bow, will have a new drop in smokey gray bone with a new tang stamp, replacing the older style tang stamp.
  • ๐ŸŽ RCT 007, the French Broad Jack, is a slender gentleman's knife with red apple bone covers, which are in the vault but returning in new materials.
  • ๐Ÿ”จ RCT 008, the largest Riverbend Skinner, is not UK legal due to its size but is highly functional and currently in the vault.
  • โš™๏ธ RCT 009, the AoI River Jack, is a controversial design due to its aesthetics, but it's highly functional and will return with new handle materials.
  • ๐Ÿ” RCT 010, the Lucah Haty Jack, is one of the presenter's all-time favorite designs, and it will soon be available with new wood covers.
  • ๐Ÿ†• RCT 011, the Nola Chucky Jack, is a new release with a vintage moss bone handle and a fat spear point blade, currently out of stock but more are coming.
  • ๐ŸŒพ RCT 012, the Brier Patch Jack, features a smoky gray bone handle and a secondary blade that is highly praised for its design.
  • ๐Ÿ“ RCT 013, the Cane Creek Jack, is a compact design with a stacked G10 handle, known for its durability and functionality.
  • ๐Ÿ”ซ RCT 014, the Savage Creek Gunstock, is the presenter's favorite release, and it will return with genuine stag handles.
  • ๐Ÿฆก RCT 015, the OED Creek Trapper, has a unique bow trapper design and is comfortable to hold, although slightly larger than the UK legal limit.

Q & A

  • What is the name of the new coin that will be available from the Blade Show in June?

    -The new coin is called 'Rosecraft Blades New Coin' and it will feature all the guys' signatures on the back.

  • How are Rosecraft Blades traditional knives packaged?

    -Rosecraft Blades traditional knives come in a tan-colored box with the company's logo, barcode, and model number. Inside, the knife is wrapped in wax paper and secured in a foam cutout.

  • What is the model number for the Nola Chucky Jack knife?

    -The model number for the Nola Chucky Jack knife is RCT 011.

  • Which handle material for the Rosecraft Little Bend Skinner has gone into the Vault and is no longer available?

    -The white smooth bone handle material for the Rosecraft Little Bend Skinner has gone into the Vault and is no longer available.

  • What is the full blade length of the Zambesi knife?

    -The full blade length of the Zambesi knife is just over two and a quarter inches.

  • What is the name of the knife model that won the Knife of the Year award in the budget range at the Blade Show last year?

    -The Beaver Creek Bow, model number RCT 006, won the Knife of the Year award in the budget range at the Blade Show last year.

  • What is special about the new Tang stamp on the Rosecraft knives?

    -The new Tang stamp on the Rosecraft knives is an actual stamp, replacing the older edge stamp. It features 'Rosecraft' stamped cleanly into the knife.

  • Which knife model is mentioned as being one of the most controversial due to its aesthetics?

    -The AoI River Jack, model number RCT 009, is mentioned as one of the most controversial due to its aesthetics.

  • What handle material is the Savage Creek Gunstock knife coming back with, aside from black Micarta?

    -The Savage Creek Gunstock knife is coming back with genuine stag handles, in addition to black Micarta.

  • What is the model number for the OED Creek Trapper knife that is currently in stock?

    -The model number for the OED Creek Trapper knife that is currently in stock is RCT 015.

  • What is the significance of the 'Vault' mentioned in the script in relation to handle materials and knife patterns?

    -The 'Vault' refers to handle materials and knife patterns that have been discontinued and are no longer being produced. Items in the Vault may become collectible as they are no longer available for purchase.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿ” Introduction to Rosecraft Blades Traditional Knives

The video begins with an introduction to Rosecraft Blades' traditional knives lineup, highlighting an upcoming new coin to be released at the Blade Show in June. The presenter, Sawyer, mentions exclusive sneak peeks at new cover materials. The knives come in a tan box with the brand's logo, barcode, and model number. The first knife discussed is the Rosecraft Little Bend Skinner (RCT,001), featuring a white smooth bone handle, stainless steel bolsters, and a D2 steel blade. Sawyer notes the change to a stainless steel shield and the availability of the knife in black micata. The video continues with a detailed look at various models, including the Zambesi (RCT,002), Appalachian Jack (RCT,003), and others, discussing their design, materials, and legal status in the UK.

05:02

๐Ÿ—ก๏ธ A Closer Look at Rosecraft's Knife Models

This paragraph delves into specific details about several Rosecraft knife models. The Holston River Surgeon's Knife (RCT,004) is highlighted as a two-bladed design, UK legal, and currently in high demand. The Smoky Gray Bone (RCT,005) is praised for its workhorse qualities and safety, being a previous winner of Knife of the Year. The Beaver Creek Bow (RCT,006) is noted for its upcoming release in a new handle material, Smokey Gry Bone. The French Broad Jack (RCT,007) is mentioned with its red apple bone handle, which is no longer available, but the pattern will return in new materials. Each knife's unique features, legality in the UK, and aesthetic appeal are discussed.

10:04

๐ŸŒŸ New Releases and Patterns in Rosecraft Knives

The presenter discusses new releases and patterns for Rosecraft knives. The larger Riverbend Skinner is noted as not UK legal but highly functional, and it is in the vault with no plans for return. The Aoi River Jack (RCT, 009) is controversial due to its aesthetics but praised for functionality, with new color materials expected. The Lucah Haty Jack (RCT, 010) is a favorite design with dragon scales handles, which are in the vault, but new sandalwood covers are imminent. The Nola Chucky Jack (RCT, 011) is another highly regarded knife with a vintage moss bone handle and a new tang stamp. The paragraph concludes with anticipation for upcoming releases and the importance of snagging these knives before they sell out.

15:06

๐Ÿ“š Comprehensive Overview of Rosecraft's Traditional Lineup

The final paragraph provides a comprehensive overview of Rosecraft's traditional knife lineup. The Brier Patch Jack (RCT,012) is featured with its smoky gray bone handle and two full-sized blades, appreciated for its work knife qualities. The Cane Creek Jack (RCT,013) is mentioned for its stack G10 handle and slim profile, suitable for everyday carry. The Savage Creek Gunstock (RCT,014) is the presenter's favorite release, with a black micarta handle and a spades shield, soon to be available with genuine stag handles. Lastly, the OED Creek Trapper (RCT,015) is discussed for its blue-green micata handle and Andy Armstrong's original design. The video concludes with teasers for new materials and sneak peeks, encouraging viewers to stay tuned for updates.

20:08

๐ŸŽ‰ Conclusion and Final Remarks

The video concludes with a reminder for viewers to like, subscribe, and enable notifications for future content. The presenter, Sawyer, signs off with a casual 'peace out,' marking the end of the comprehensive review of Rosecraft Blades' traditional knives. The music fades out, closing the video on an engaging and informative note.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กRoseCraft Blades

RoseCraft Blades is a company that specializes in the production of traditional knives. In the video, the host discusses various models of knives from this company, highlighting their features and materials. The mention of RoseCraft Blades sets the context for the entire video, as it is the central theme around which the discussion revolves.

๐Ÿ’กTraditional Knives

Traditional knives refer to knives that are made using classic methods and designs that have been passed down through generations. In the script, the host reviews different models of traditional knives from RoseCraft Blades, emphasizing their craftsmanship and design elements like bolsters, liners, and handle materials.

๐Ÿ’กSlip Joint

A slip joint is a type of folding knife that lacks a lock and is opened by a spring mechanism. It is mentioned in the script as the type of knives being discussed. The slip joint is significant because it represents the traditional aspect of the knives featured in the video, which are known for their simplicity and ease of use.

๐Ÿ’กD2 Steel

D2 Steel is a high-carbon tool steel known for its hardness and durability, making it a popular choice for knife blades. The script mentions D2 steel as the material used for the blades of the RoseCraft knives, indicating the quality and performance of the knives being discussed.

๐Ÿ’กMicarta

Micarta is a type of material used for knife handles, known for its durability and resistance to moisture and heat. In the video, Micarta is mentioned as one of the handle materials for the RoseCraft knives, suggesting a focus on both aesthetics and functionality in the knife's design.

๐Ÿ’กBlade Show

Blade Show is an annual event where knife manufacturers, collectors, and enthusiasts gather to showcase and trade knives. The script mentions that a new RoseCraft coin will be available at the Blade Show, indicating the significance of such events in the knife community and the anticipation surrounding new releases.

๐Ÿ’กHandle Material

Handle material refers to the substance used to make the grip or handle of a knife. The script discusses various handle materials such as white smooth bone, black Micarta, and Rosewood, which are integral to the knives' appearance, feel, and legality in certain markets.

๐Ÿ’กUK Legal

In the context of the video, 'UK legal' refers to knives that comply with the regulations and laws regarding knife dimensions and characteristics in the United Kingdom. Several knives are described as being 'UK legal,' highlighting their suitability for use without violating local laws.

๐Ÿ’กVault

The term 'Vault' in the script refers to discontinued or out-of-production knife models or materials that are no longer available for purchase. When a knife or material is mentioned as being 'in the Vault,' it signifies that it is no longer being produced and is becoming increasingly rare.

๐Ÿ’กTang Stamp

A tang stamp is a mark or imprint on the tang, which is the part of the knife blade that extends into the handle. The script discusses the tang stamp as a feature of the RoseCraft knives, indicating a shift from an etch to a stamped mark, which is a detail that collectors and users might appreciate for its authenticity and aesthetic appeal.

๐Ÿ’กSneak Peeks

Sneak peeks are early or exclusive looks at something that is not yet available to the general public. In the video, the host provides sneak peeks at new cover materials and upcoming releases from RoseCraft Blades, generating excitement and anticipation among viewers who are interested in the latest knife designs and materials.

Highlights

RoseCraft Blades unveils its full traditional lineup of knives along with sneak peeks at new cover materials.

New coin featuring all the guys' signatures will be available at the Blade Show in June.

Traditional line of knives comes in a tan-colored box with the RoseCraft Blades logo, barcode, and model number.

RCT 001, the Little Riverbend Skinner, is available in white smooth bone and features a D2 steel blade.

The Zambesi (RCT 002) is a small, unusual design with a smoky gray bone handle and D2 steel.

Appalachian Jack (RCT 003) is an old ISL pattern with a pry bar at the bottom and is not UK legal due to blade length.

Holston River Surgeon's Knife (RCT 004) is a two-bladed design, UK legal, and currently in high demand.

RCT 005 features a long pull swedging and an oversized shand sharpening chisel, making it a safe and comfortable slip joint to use.

Beaver Creek Bow (RCT 006) won Knife of the Year in the budget range and will have a new drop in Smokey gray Bone.

French Broad Jack (RCT 007) has a slender gentleman style handle and is highly sought after by collectors.

The largest Riverbend Skinner (in black Micarta) is not UK legal but is highly functional and powerful.

Aoi River Jack (RCT 009) is controversial due to its aesthetics but praised for functionality and will return with new handle materials.

Lucah Haty Jack (RCT 010) is a favorite design with dragon scales handle, which is soon to be released with new yellow and red Sandalwood covers.

Nola Chucky Jack (RCT 011) features a vintage moss bone handle and a fat spear point blade, ideal for a day's work.

Brier Patch Jack (RCT 012) offers two full-sized blades with a unique clip point and lamb's foot blade design.

Cane Creek Jack (RCT 013) is a compact design with a stacked G10 handle, perfect for everyday carry.

Savage Creek Gunstock (RCT 014) is a personal favorite, featuring a spades shield and is set to return with genuine stag handles.

OED Creek Trapper (RCT 015) showcases a bow trapper design with a skull shield and is praised for its comfort in hand.