This large knife contains a somewhat unusual tool configuration which includes two large one handed opening knife blades.
The handles (scales) are a new formula composite material and have a distinct color and feel. The new composite was made from recycled materials and is recyclable.
- Large Serrated Locking Blade - one-handed opening and blunt tip
- Large Standard Blade - one-handed opening
- Metal Saw/File - stainless steel grind.
- Pliers - needle-nosed folding pliers
Back Layer Tools
- Reamer - new cylindrical design
The scales are a new composite material that consists partially of wood fiber, which were designed to be 100% recyclable. The scales contain the blade lock release button (with Wenger logo), and have the Mike Horn Pangaea logo imprinted. The scales also 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.
This model was introduced in December 2009, and according to Wenger, was v1.2, with early versions being tested by Mike Horn. The Mike Horn Pangaea logo represents his project to create environmental awareness and education of the worlds natural resources while creating an environment for discussion and actions on their preservation for future generations.
The circular reamer was first debuted on this model, and as a result is sometimes referred to as the Mike Horn Reamer (MHR). The short stainless-steel cut metal file/saw, and the modified sheepsfoot style one handed opening blade were also first introduced on this model.
- Length: 130mm (nominal frame size); 127mm (scaled); 130.5mm (w/ keyring protrusion)
- Width: 34.5mm
- Weight: 251.5g; 325.5g (w/ nylon case and supplied bits)
- 16324: First Release December 2009.
- 130mm Ranger Models Comparison
- Alinghi - Folding pliers, Model 181 also has bit-driver.
- Ranger 74 - Three layer models with the folding pliers, but different toolset
- Rangergrip 90 - A very similar model, saw replaces serrated blade.