The closely related Ranger 75 with a Phillips screwdriver instead of corkscrew was also known as the Handyman in the markets where it was sold.
- Large Knife Blade with Liner lock
- Pliers - Folding
- Cap Lifter with medium screwdriver - Screwdriver includes automatic pressure-lock.
- Can Opener
Nylon scales, contoured in the Evo style to fit the hand. The first, and most common, style features deep checkering molded into the thumb area on both sides. These are most commonly available in black. One side carries the Wenger cross logo, along with the Wenger name molded in. The cross logo icon itself is actually a push button, which when depressed releases the liner lock on the knife blade.
The RangerGrip models feature rubber inlays within the contours, to help with retention under a wide range of conditions.
Wenger introduced a wide variety of 130mm New Ranger knives in 2007. Evo contoured grip panels and a push-button lock release distinguish them from the previous 120mm Ranger series. The Ranger 74 was not originally sold in North America.
Length: 130mm (nominal size)
Width: 220.9g (Standard black Nylon scales)
Weight: 31mm (Standard black Nylon scales)
- 1.077.074.000 Wenger AN: Standard black Nylon scales
- 1.077.074.821 Wenger AN: RangerGrip red scales
- 1.077.074.822 Wenger AN: RangerGrip yellow scales
- 130mm Ranger Models Comparison
- Ranger 75 - Phillips screwdriver replaces corkscrew.
- Ranger 174 - Adds bit-driver, as has partially serrated main-blade.
- Alinghi models - many similarities with the New Ranger plier knives.
- Electrician - adds an Electrician's blade.
- Handyman - replaces openers layer and awl with metal saw/file.