Wenger 120mm

Wenger Ranger 04 / Everest The Wenger 120mm models were the the first of the Wenger Ranger Series.

They were introduced around 1990 and were manufactured at least until the end of 2007, when they were phased out, being replaced by the Wenger 130mm Rangers, known at that time as the New Rangers.

This family of large models introduced some new tools to the Swiss Army Knife such as the folding scissors/shears, as well as a robust liner-locking mechanism for the main blade, with a sliding switch in the scales. The series also surprisingly featured a large clip-point blade on each model, rather than the traditional drop-point blade, usually found on Swiss Army Knives. The Rangers did not have toothpicks or tweezers.

Three models (*) in this series were rebranded and sold in the US under license by Buck Knives as SwissBucks.

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