0120 – Victorinox Nomad (Grenadier)

This is a green 111mm Victorinox Nomad with emblem of the Grenadiers, one of Switzerlands infantry units.

external links: SAK Wiki   Grenadier

0110 – Victorinox Soldier (SWISSINT, model 2008)

This is a 111mm Soldier, model 2008. It has green scales with embossed black grip sections. This one has a SWISSINT logo on the front of the scales.

The “09” on the tang means this Soldier knife was issued in 2009.

The SWISSINT logo, unfortunately a bit damaged. The text should read “PEACE SUPPORT” and “SWITZERLAND”.

SWISSINT stands for “Swiss Armed Forces International Command”, the national command authority for all peace support operations abroad involving the Swiss Armed Forces.

external links: SAK Wiki   SWISSINT (Wikipedia)

0102 – Victorinox Champion (model 246fmaU)

This is an old model of the Champion, with a bail and a long nail file. The combination of long nail file and bail dates this knife in the sixties.

This vintage Champion also has aluminium tipped tweezers and a square phillips screwdriver with file.

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0085 – Victorinox Forester (Luxembourg army)

This is a black 111mm Victorinox Forester with Luxembourg army emblem. These knives are issued to soldiers in the Luxembourg army.

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0084 – Wenger Ranger 06 (Mountaineer)

This is the 120mm Wenger Ranger 06, also called the Mountaineer. It’s the earliest version of the Ranger series, produced from around 1990 until 2007, when it was replaced by the 130mm Ranger series. Distinctive for the 120mm Rangers is the large clip point blade, which is uncommon for Swiss Army Knives. The clip point blades were discontinued on the new 130mm rangers so if you like clip point blades, stockpile some of the old 120mm Rangers!

As you can see the Ranger 06 has a slide lock system to prevent the large blade from accidentally folding.

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0083 – Wenger PocketGrip (SOLD)

This knife is no longer in my collection

This is a red 85mm Wenger PocketGrip. It has non folding pliers, a hex bit driver and bits.

A cartridge holding six hex bits is located under the handle:

These bits go in a bit extender that is on the bottom side of the knife:

The (magnetic) extender holding a bit can be placed in the metal plier casing on the back of the knife, like this:

Apart from the pliers and bit-driver set, the knife also has some of the more common Swiss Army Knife tools:

external links: SAK Wiki

0062 – Victorinox Hunter (108mm)

This is the Victorinox Hunter. It is from the discontinued 108mm series with nylon scales. The Hunter is available with different scales, and two types of gutting blades (serrated and non-serrated). There is also a 111mmm version with locked blade called the Hunter.

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