0119 – Victorinox Outrider (Swiss Armed Forces Joint Staff)

This is  black 111mm Victorinox Outrider with emblem of the Swiss Armed Forces Joint Staff (Führungsstab der Armee).

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0113 – Victorinox OutdoorTool

This is a black 111mm OutdoorTool, a special edition knife made for a Swiss outdoor shop. It has the can opener replaced by the inline awl.

 

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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0002 – Victorinox Trailmaster (or: Trekker)

The Victorinox Trailmaster is the second Swiss Army Knife I bought. It’s key features are a locking blade and extra strong caplifter (which also locks and can be used as a small prybar). In other parts of the world this knife is also known as the Victorinox Trekker.

 

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