This is my first post in this sub-forum, so please forgive any terminology that is not correct in regards to rescue knives.
I found this at the store I work at today and paid $50. Seemed like a good deal at the time considering this isn't the Chinese Remington stuff here. This one is made in Italy. According to Remington's site, this was a small run item for several years and is discontinued now. The single blade versions can still be found around the interwebs for about $100.
This version is the model #19848 "Premier Rescue Escape".
Specs are as follows:
Handle length = 5.4" long
Handle thickness = 0.85" thick
Handle width = 1.53" wide (back to front)
Blade length = 3.75" long
Serrated portion = 1.2" concave shape
Plain edge portion = 2.5" sheepsfoot shape
Strap cutter length = 3.3" in length
Inside sharp edge = 2.3" usable
The handle scales are nicely textured with a fairly comfortable grip when holding it tightly for its' size. The only sort of cheap looking thing about this knife is the grip-tape like white inserts, but I get this would assist in locating the tool in brush or debris.
The knife has two layers. One has the blade with a classic liner lock that works very well with the lock bar stopping at 50%. The other layer has the strap cutter. It is fully auto spring-loaded and uses a small button on the blade side to deploy/unlock. There is a sliding lock switch recessed next to it for safety. This functions well too.
At the butt end of the knife is a heavy-duty glass breaker that is incorporated nicely into the handle.
The sheath is outstanding and extremely well made. Looks to be made to mil-spec and is molle compatible. Heavy duty ballistic nylon construction. It can be worn vertically on any size belt and worn horizontally on a thinner belt. The closure is velcro and seems to be decent quality. The knife rides a tiny bit high when inserted into the sheath, but I am sure if you need a tool like this, a little weight isn't a big deal. This is only due to the fact the sheath doesn't seem to have been made quite long enough.