EUROSATORY 2024 | 17-21 JUNE 2024 | VILLEPINTE (PARIS) | HALL 6 - BOOTH D216

Design by Gabriel A. Serman

BELLUM DAGA

FX-0171100

Designer: Gabriel A. Serman

Blade steel: N690Co stainless steel

Hardness: HRC 58-60

Blade coating: Black Idroglider

Handle: Black G10

Blade Length: 175 mm. - 6.89"

Overall Length: 325 mm. - 12.80"

Blade Thickness: 6.0 mm. - 0.24"

Sheath: Nylon®

Made in: Italy

Glass breaker: Black idroglider AISI 420 stainless steel

Weight: 275 gr - 9.70 oz

  • Description
    The most emblematic name for this article born from the collaboration with Gabriel A. Serman could not be other than Bellum, the Latin noun indicating "battle-war." An ambitious project in which an attempt has been made to encapsulate within this model as many elements as possible characteristic of the various daggers that have been designed and built in the past.
    The shape, design, and pursuit of perfect symmetry allow this dagger to be gripped in various positions, primarily thanks to the ability to rest the thumb on the guard in two different points regardless of the size of the hand gripping it or whether it is left-handed.
    One of the peculiarities of this model is the recess carved on the front of the two handle scales for the placement of the thumb of the hand, allowing the user to make blade movements not only horizontally but also vertically.

    Gabriel A. Serman is an Italian-Canadian master and instructor of police and military units experienced in various martial arts disciplines, specializing in the use of knives and individual weapons. Despite his experience, Gabriel continues to study and collaborate with the most authoritative and recognized international instructors of martial arts and individual firearms training. One of his greatest passions is daggers, and in this model, he has sought to encapsulate as many elements as possible from his acquired knowledge.
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The most emblematic name for this article born from the collaboration with Gabriel A. Serman could not be other than Bellum, the Latin noun indicating "battle-war." An ambitious project in which an attempt has been made to encapsulate within this model as many elements as possible characteristic of the various daggers that have been designed and built in the past.
The shape, design, and pursuit of perfect symmetry allow this dagger to be gripped in various positions, primarily thanks to the ability to rest the thumb on the guard in two different points regardless of the size of the hand gripping it or whether it is left-handed.
One of the peculiarities of this model is the recess carved on the front of the two handle scales for the placement of the thumb of the hand, allowing the user to make blade movements not only horizontally but also vertically.

Gabriel A. Serman is an Italian-Canadian master and instructor of police and military units experienced in various martial arts disciplines, specializing in the use of knives and individual weapons. Despite his experience, Gabriel continues to study and collaborate with the most authoritative and recognized international instructors of martial arts and individual firearms training. One of his greatest passions is daggers, and in this model, he has sought to encapsulate as many elements as possible from his acquired knowledge.

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Blade Coating: black Idroglider
Idroglider
Special non stick coating made of PTFE that ensures long life and rust resistance.
Blade Steel: N690Co stainless steel
Acciaio Steel Carbonio Carbon Cromo Chromium Cobalto Cobalt Azoto Nitrogen Manganese Manganese Molibdeno Molybdenu Nichel Nickel Fosforo Phosphorous Silicio Silicon Zolfo Sulfur Tungsteno Tungs Vanadio Vanadium
N690CO 1.08 17.30 1.50 - 0.40 1.10 - - 0.40 - - 0.10