0035 – Wenger Commander (Europa Star Series)

This is a 85mm Wenger Commander from the Europa Star Series. In this series there are also an Esquire, a Traveler with synthetic scales and a Traveler with alox scales.

Instead of the Wenger logo these knives have the logo of the European Union, with the 12 stars on azure background.

external links: SAK Wiki (Commander)   SAK Wiki (Europa Star)

0019 – Victorinox German Army Knife

This is the 108 mm German Army Knife. It was made by Victorinox and officially issued to the troops of the Bundeswehr (German Army) in the period 1976 to 1986. After this period, the same knife was still issued to the troops until 2003 only it was no longer being manufactured by Victorinox. There is also a civilian version available, called the Safari Trooper.

The scales are made of green (“olive drab”) nylon and on the front it has the Bundesadler (the eagle which is the coat of arms of Germany). This knife if the first in the 108 mm series.

external links: SAK Wiki   Bundesadler (Wikipedia)

0012 – Victorinox Mauser

The 108 mm Mauser is variation on the German Army Knife, with an extra clip point blade. Victorinox licenced the name Mauser, as stated on the clip point blade: “Name Unter Lizenz Der Mauser-Werke Oberndorf GmbH”. The saw blade has a protective cover.

external links: SAK Wiki

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.

 

external links: SAK Wiki