This knife has limited production (see the History section below).It was only available in limited numbers in Eastern Europe - Now retired
- Large plain-edge - locking blade - one-handed opening
- Needle-nose folding pliers
- Wood saw
- Metal saw/file - full length, stainless steel grind.
- Cap-lifter with large screwdriver
The scales are an orange synthetic with black rubber like inserts for extra retention. The scales have a 1/4" hex shaped hole near the tail end which is part of the hex bit-driver incorporated into the frame and scales of the knife.
Versions sold in Bulgaria contain a special etching in the rubber handle insert for the Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Service.
Introduced in late 2012. Possibly sold from the beginning of 2013.
Second edition. The first version of the knife, developed in collaboration with the Mountain Rescue Service of the Republic of Bulgaria to meet the specific requirements for work in the mountains, comes with two different types of chisels - soft and hard materials.
This modified version will find all the advantages of the first model except the awl for soft materials. Now it is replaced with a corkscrew. Anyone who has tried to tighten icy shoelaces during winter walks knows how difficult it is. Using a corkscrew, tight icy walk becomes child's play.
Limited edition of 500 copies, sold only in Bulgaria and 2 more countries. The knife comes with a canvas bag with the ability to attach to a belt or backpack strap.
- Length: 130mm (nominal frame size)
- Width: 37.5mm (widest point)
- Weight: 297g / 368g with sheath and bits
- 1.077.095.827 Wenger AN, same for models without Mountain Rescue Service logo.
- Ranger 88 Rescue - Replaces the corkscrew with a cylindrical designed reamer.
- RangerGrip 90 - One layer thinner: Removes the cap-lifter/screwdriver and awl, replaces the metal file with a shorter version, replaces the corkscrew with the cylindrical designed reamer.