Black Triangle Group has recently announced a design update to their popular G10 Serval design.
Black Triangle Group states “If you’ve been with us a while and have owned our G10 knives, you may be able to point out small changes to the designs.
We exist as a brand not to become comfortable. We exist to create something new, or in this particular case, challenge our own ideas.
The G10 Serval’s overall length was 7 3/4”, the longest in our inventory.
Due to the length and curvature of the handle, the G10 Serval’s pommel often “printed” when worn inside the waist band.
The simple solution was to remove excess handle real estate while keeping everything else the same.
1 inch was taken off the handle and here we are.
A simple but effective change to the design.
The handle profile of the G10 Serval is ergonomic which gives the user better leverage when engaging a target.
This reduction in handle length does not appear to adversely effect ergonomics, but rather improve it.
The handle reduction not only works out for those of us who have larger hands, but for those with smaller hands that appreciate the design but were hesitant due to length.”
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