The Ranger is the slimmest model to contain both the metal saw/file and the wood saw.
- Large blade
- Small blade
- Metal-file with saw
- Wood saw
- Cap-lifter - includes a slotted screwdriver and wire-bender
- Can-opener - includes a small, slotted screwdriver that also works with Phillips screws
- Reamer/Awl - with a sewing-eye
- Small, slotted screwdriver - Later addition - '73
- Chisel - Later addition - '86
- Multipurpose hook - Later addition - '91
- Keyring/Split-ring attachment point
The Ranger usually (although not always!) has the Camping logo on the front scale.
This five layer main toolset (model 236mau) predates the introduction of model names by Victorinox - As can be seen in this catalogue page.
The later Ranger named model (mid-70s) had the original back-spring fine screwdriver - without the hump. The chisel and multipurpose hook were introduced later. The Camping logo is a metal inlay on the older models, on later models it is 'hot-stamped', and later still 'screen-printed'.
- Length: 91mm
- Width: 22mm
- Weight: 117.4g
- 236mau: The old five-layer model prior to the Ranger name and additional back-tools
- 1.3763: Red Cellidor (US Model number: 53861)
- 1.3763.71: Red Cellidor scales with a metal inlay of a tent and the word 'CAMPING' on the front scale
- Handyman - Adds the pliers
- Master Craftsman - The corkscrew is replaced with a Phillips screwdriver
- Outdoorsman - Original - Features the same toolset but with a serrated main blade, and small pruner blade; Only the reamer and corkscrew on the back
- Huntsman - Removes the metal saw, fine screwdriver, and chisel