I thought I'd do sone side by side shots of the Case and Rough Rider scout. Its obvious that RR based their version on the Case. Same blade layout and styles, not many use that type can opener anymore, seems someone behind RR likes discontinued Cases. The loom fixer/half hawk comes to mind as well. Note the differences in the edge bevels, while close to the same thickness at the spine the Case comes to a thinner edge. In fact I've thinned the edge some on the RR bringing it to a more acute bevel. While both are very sharp the Case is much more "slicey". Both nest the blades well,both have some rub opening the blades. Both have lateral play in the screwdriver blade when closed. I think its inherent to this particular design of scout, but I only have one example of each so not a good base to base that theory on. I like how the notches for the nick access is beveled inwards on the Case. Gives great access and has less noticeable appearance from the side. Screwdriver is thicker at the tip of the Case on my examples, though still a bit on the thin side. Both punches/awls are extremely pointed and made nice "D" shaped holes in leather. Piercing it with little effort. Note the shallow appearance of the cutouts on the Case,but due to the bevel their as easy to access as the RR. Most visible from the pile side the Case has a more oval appearance, while the RR is more parallel along the top and bottom. I know some aren't crazy about RR's clones or copies, but in this Case(pun ) I feel they chose a very fine example of a pattern to emulate.