This model was first introduced in 2012, and has many similarities to the earlier Mike Horn Ranger.
Some Wenger advertising referred to this model as the Wenger Handyman. This name has been attached to several models in the past, so is somewhat ambiguous.
- Large plain-edge locking blade - one-handed opening
- Needle-nose folding pliers
- Wood saw
- Metal saw/file - stainless steel grind
- Reamer - newer cylindrical design
The scales are bright yellow for easy visibility, and feature Wenger's revised RangerGrip rubber inserts.
The scales 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.
The RangerGrip 90 was introduced in March 2012.
The circular reamer on this model debuted on the earlier Mike Horn Ranger, it is only the second Ranger to include this revised tool.
It was retired in 2014, as it was not one of the models converted to be a Victorinox Delémont.
- Length: 130mm (nominal frame size); 127mm actual - Not including the keyring protrusion
- Width: 34mm
- Weight: 255g; 326g with pouch and 2 bits
- 16334 Wenger US Model Number
- Mike Horn - No woodsaw, adds an additional serrated blade
- Ranger 88 Rescue - Adds the cap-lifter with screwdriver, the regular awl (giving it two awls!), and replaces the metal file with a larger one