- Large Knife Blade
- Small Knife Blade
- Cap-Lifter/slotted screw-driver/wire-bender
- Can Opener/small-slotted screw-driver that works with Phillips also
Back Layer Tools
Red and black Cellidor scales are fairly standard, with ruby, sapphire, and Silver Tech recently being offered as well. Camouflage scales are also available in either Shadow Grass or New Breakup patterns. Available sometimes in the US with Stayglow scales that have been added as a modification, or the knife was imported. As with most models other colors may be available from time to time or in specific markets.
- Length: 91mm
- Width: 19.6mm (Stag version: 22mm)
- Weight: 97g (Stag version: 109g)
- The Archer is an authentic Stag scaled version that does not include the toothpick or tweezers in the scales. This name might be regional, it first appeared in a Canadian distributors catalog from 1980.
- Some early models have a Long Nail File on the back.
- The Woodsman was an early model with the same basic tools, but without the toothpick and tweezers. This earlier version pre-dates the hook and the sewing eye. The name Woodsman has since been reused for different models.
- The Rainier version replaces the main blade with a paritially serrated blade (60%), with the serrations starting at the tang. The Rainier was one of a series of knives named after famous Mountains. see also: McKinley, Matterhorn
- BSA Huntsman - Wood Badge (SABI# 1130) Sold in the USA by the distributor Swiss Army Brands Inc. This model has black scales and a Boyscout's gold Woods Badge Emblem centered on the top scale. The corkscrew is replaced with a Phillips screwdriver.
- BSA Huntsman (US Model 55201) has a Boyscouts of America (BSA) logo on the handles and replaces the corkscrew with a Phillips screwdriver. It is really a Fieldmaster based on the included tools, but Victorinox chose to call it a Huntsman, or it could have been a mistake that didn't get noticed in time.
- Huntsman Plus (US Model 53261) adds Plus Scales with removable pen and straight pin, and includes the mini-screwdriver.
- A special collector's black scaled Eidgenossenschaft 700 Year Commemorative knife was manufactured in 1991. This special knife was marketed in the domestic market and features a special wooden presentation box. Eidgenossenschaft is a German word for the historical Swiss confederacy of which the Oath of 1291 between the areas of Uri, Schwyz, and Unterwalden is now seen as the charter or birth of the confederacy which evolved into the current Switzerland.
- A red scaled Confoederatio Helvetica 700 Year Commemorative Huntsman was also produced in 1991 to commemorate the Oath in the Field of 1291. This knife appears more common than the black scaled Eidgenossenschaft model, and appears to have been marketed outside of the domestic market of Switzerland. Other models were also produced to commemorate the 700 year anniversary.
- VSAKCS Huntsman is the Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Collectors Society 2010 club knife. It features translucent Silver-Tech scales with a club badge printed on top in a red rectangle, and the main blade is etched "Jahr 2010".
- In 2011 a Hardwood Scaled Huntsman was released. This is a light colored hardwood, the same as has been available on the SwissChamp model for a while. This may be a limited offering, and appears to only be available in North America.
- In 2011 Victorinox produced the Huntsman Bubinga limited edition for the French market. These knives feature wooden scales made of Bubinga from Gabon, include a leather pouch, a certificate of authenticity, and are packaged in a presentation box. This special offering is limited to 1000 knives and each knife is numbered with an etching on the main blade nnnn/1000. The wooden scales are darker than the Bubinga hardwood used on some other models to date.
- The Horseshoe Nail Knife is a limited edition from the 2011 Christopher Ræburn AW11 - Capsule Collection created for Victorinox. For this special collection Christopher recycled existing materials into fashion and accessory items. This knife features unique scales made from vintage horseshoe nails melted down and hammered for a subtle uniqueness to each knife. The packaging of the knife also uses recycled materials; packaged in the reclaimed original paper box for the nails with inserts made of wool from military blankets. Limited to just 100 knives, each one has a serial number stamped on the liner behind the corkscrew and the collection slogan "Remade in Switzerland / Christopher Ræburn for Victorinox" etched on the blade in two lines. These scales do not include the Toothpick or Tweezers. This variation weighs 166g. AN: 1.3711.L11 / 2196_ONE.
- Walnut and Beli wood scaled versions were introduced in Italy in 2012.
- A special version with added chisel can sometimes be seen welded on a stainless steel post as a display piece in European knife stores. These knives have unsharpened blades and all tools have an extra stop for fanning out the tools in a certain way.
Being in production for a number of decades, the Huntsman has undergone quite a few changes over the years. Very early models with the same basic tool configuration can be found with early exposed riveted construction, and the original Awl tool on the back. Over the years changes to the saw, corkscrew, scissors, have all appeared. Prior to 1991 the Huntsman, like other models, did not include the multipurpose hook.
Historically, a similar tool configuration also used the Woodsman name in North America (this name as been used on several configurations). The Woodsman did not contain the toothpick or tweezers, and the Huntsman at the time also included the long nail file on the back.
- 53201 US Model: Red Cellidor scales
- 53203 US Model: Black Cellidor scales
- 53205 US Model: Ruby Cellidor scales
- 53206 US Model: Sapphire Cellidor scales
- 53261 US Model: Huntsman Plus Red Celidor.
- 53221 US Model: Red Cellidor, Rainier version with serrated blade
- 53497 US Model: Camo Shadow Grass Cellidor scales
- 53498 US Model: Camo New Breakup Cellidor scales
- 53713 US Model: Hardwood scales, 2011 release
- 54755 US Model: Silver Tech scales
- 1.3713 Victorinox AN: Red Cellidor
- 1.3713.3 Victorinox AN: Back Cellidor scales
- 1.3711.66 Victorinox AN: Authentic Stag scales, no toothpick or tweezers; Archer
- 1.3711.L11 Victorinox AN: Horseshoe Nail Knife 2011 LE, no toothpick or tweezers
- 1.3713.61 Victorinox AN: Mother-of-Pearl scales, silver tipped tweezers
- 1.3713.94 Victorinox AN: Camouflage scales
- 1.3713.BU Victorinox AN: Bubinga Wood scales
- 3.3713 Victorinox AN: Ecoline Red Nylon scales
- 3.3713.808 Victorinox AN: Switzerland Market - Stayglow scales
- 3.3713.MIKE Victorinox AN: Switzerland Market - Red Cellidor with Edelweiss (produced for a dep. store in Switzerland)
- Fieldmaster - replaces the corkscrew with a Phillips Screwdriver
- Deluxe Climber - replaces wood saw with pliers
- Mountaineer - replaces the wood saw with a metal saw/file.
- Climber - one layer smaller, no saw
- Camper - one layer smaller, no scissors.
- Huntsman Lite - adds extra layer with LED light and inline Phillips Screwdriver
- Ranger - one thin layer larger, adds metal saw, fine screwdriver, and chisel