All three models were available to me, but I am a longtime fan of anything Camillus and Scout pattern based. In some literature it is referred to as the "LumberJack." Unlike standard Scout pattern knives it does not feature an awl/technicians screwdriver but a large pen blade instead. Other literature refers to another Scout pattern model with the addition of a wood saw. I found one such version on eBay, but lost out in the final minutes of the bidding.
It features the typical black delrin textured handles common in mid to late 70's Camillus knives. The French Nailnick and the unique swedge on the main blade made it very interesting to me. The blade also features an excellent etching as seen below.
I was fortunate in that I was able to find one (and only one.) in NOS (New Old Stock) condition. And in the original box as you can see. It's largely identical as well as other Camillus Scout pattern produced knives in my collection. Overall it's an excellent piece that I got for around 70% of it's true value. I plan to find the other two known models from this collection. As well as the 100th Anniversary of Sears knife that is also floating out there.