Ranger 1 Layer

Plain Century with gray/black scales. Photo courtesy Bob W. from Knife forums The Wenger Ranger single-layer models, from the original Ranger 120mm series, feature just a large, locking, clip-point blade; with, no tools, a corkscrew, or a Phillips screwdriver on the back.

They were also known as the Centuries and Timberlines ; the Century appears to be the model with no backtools, the Timberline the model with the backspring Phillips (tbc).

Discontinued - Replaced by the Wenger 130mm Single-blade models.

Main-Layer Tools

Ranger 01
Ranger 01

Back-Layer Tools


Nylon scales, one side carries the Wenger cross logo, along with the Wenger W icon molded into one end. The opposite side has a rectangular window and a sliding red switch which activates the blade lock release.
Scales were grey/black or camouflage print (Advantage Timber or Realtree Hardwoods), red was less common. It is possible that other colours existed in other markets


  • 1.77.01: Ranger 01 / Century – Plain blade; black/grey scales
  • 1.77.101: Ranger 101 / Century – Serrated blade; black/grey scales (16475)
  • 1.77.02: Ranger 02 – Plain blade; corkscrew; black
  • 1.77.102: Ranger 102 – Serrated blade; corkscrew; black
  • 1.77.03: Ranger 03 / Timberline – Plain blade; Phillips; black (16972)
  • 1.77.103: - Ranger 103 – Serrated blade; Phillips; black

US Model Numbers: (in brackets above)

  • 16450: Century - Advantage Timber
  • 16452: Century – Serrated blade; Realtree Hardwood scales
  • 16489: Century – Serrated blade; red scales

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