The closely related Ranger 74, with a corkscrew instead of Phillips screwdriver, was also known as the Handyman in the markets where it was sold.
- Large knife blade with Liner-lock
- Folding pliers
- Cap-lifter with medium screwdriver - includes automatic pressure lock.
The 'New Ranger' models had nylon Evolution scales, contoured to fit the hand, and usually in black. The first, and most common, Evo scales featured deep checkering molded into the thumb area on both sides. One side carried the Wenger cross logo, along with 'WENGER' molded into the scales. The logo is 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.
The RangerGrip 75 had the same tools with 'Grip' scales. See photo above
Wenger introduced a wide variety of 130mm 'New Ranger' knives in 2007. 'Evolution' contoured grip panels and a push-button lock release distinguished them from the previous 120mm Ranger series.
The RangerGrip 75 was released in the spring of 2009. This new series of knives was shown at the SHOT show a few months earlier.
- 16321 Wenger US: RangerGrip 75
- Ranger 74 - A corkscrew replaces the Phillips screwdriver
- Alinghi models - Many similarities, also feature the New Ranger pliers
- Electrician - An electrician's blade replaces the can-opener
- Ranger 70 Handyman - Replaces the openers and awl layer with a metal saw/file