The Wenger Ranger 52 is a single-layer Swiss Army Knife with a large blade and a corkscrew.
The Wenger Ranger 152 was the serrated version of this model.This model is part of the 130mm Ranger line that feature a liner-locking main blade with a convenient lock release button incorporated into the top scale.
- Large knife blade with a liner lock
- Plain-edge - Model 52
- Serrated-edge - Model 152
Back Layer Tools
Black nylon scales, contoured in the Evo style to fit the hand. Deep checkering is moulded into the thumb area on both sides.
One side carries the Wenger cross logo, along with WENGER moulded into the scales. The cross logo is a push button which, when depressed, releases the liner-lock on the knife blade.
- The Ranger 152 was the serrated blade version of this model.
- The RangerGrip 52 Blackout was introduced in February 2012, and features PVD coated blade, corkscrew, liners, springs, and keyring.
- The Orange RangerGrip 52 Blackout Limited Edition was introduced in early 2012 at the Annual Basel Watch Exhibition as part of a limited Wenger Squadron Rescue watch set (60758MCH). This knife is numbered and only available as part of the set. Like the standard Blackout version it features PVD coated blade, corkscrew, liners, springs, and keyring. The scale is laser inscribed nnnn/1893. The same serial number is on the back of the watch case and also on the lap top computer case which is part of the set.
Weight: 95g - Standard black Nylon scales
- 1.077.052.000: Black scales
- 1.077.152.000: Serrated version
- 1.077.252.828.P2: Blackout version
- Ranger 53 - A Phillips screwdriver replaces the corkscrew
- Ranger 51 - No corkscrew
- Wenger Ranger 02 - The Ranger 120mm predecessor to this model
130mm Ranger Models Comparison
- Alpineer - A similar Victorinox model
- Delémont RangerGrip 52 - The equivalent Delémont model