I have tested the 130mm Wenger Ranger knives with very good result. I did mention in my “opening all functions page”
about how important the riveting, spring pressure and all the other factors are for the functionality and safety.
I would recommend looking on the older rangers too because they are very good as
I did mention about the angle from the body of the knife and how the back of the blade relates to the spring.
The angle on the saw
from the Ranger is easy to see on the picture and this actually help to cut faster with more comfort. When using the saw one apply pressure towards the material and then use the saw motion. When using the saw motion the angle one cut on the material with can
be adjusted by the hand.
Maybe it is easy to jump to a conclusion about the angle on the saw from the body of the knife and say it could accidental close.
My impression from use is that it does not fold or behave strange and the angle is helpful to cut the material. If the tip should be used and this should hook then it can fold.
finished cutting the material and you fold the saw into the body of the knife then you can feel a special resistance. The shape of the tang and area that the spring presses down on the tang is special. There is a special curve on the tang that in my mind interlinks
with the spring design. This can be to compensate for the angle of the saw and to prevent accidental closing.
On the new Rangers this saw function with the size, design, spring and riveting is advanced
technology with extreme precision.