Whiskey 5 – Black Triangle


Black Triangle Black Triangle provides average citizens and security professionals with low-visibility personal protection assets while traveling domestically and abroad in semi or non-permissive environments. Black Triangle’s core leadership is headed by a Veteran of the Global War on Terror. His experience gained in Iraq and Afghanistan translated to working as a private citizen providing Executive Protection for foreign dignitaries, high net-worth individuals and their families. The protective experience gained in domestic and international environments lends to the creative development of the company. We recognize the capability gaps for average citizens whose security and safety are compromised while abroad. These gaps are addressed in simple, yet effective ways. Our products are currently in use in the continental United States, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Black Triangle seeks to achieve client-driven results for both the everyman and the professional.

Our flagship product is a non-metallic defensive tool called the Midnight Creeper. The Creeper and all Black Triangle defensive tools are made from G10 (fiberglass composite material). The complete system is non-metallic, allowing the user to carry with confidence in environments where non-invasive security measures prohibit use of a firearm or steel knife. We also distribute a lock pick kit which is housed inside of a pen, giving the user the ability to covertly carry escape and evasion kit while traveling abroad or as EDC.

Black Triangle products are made in Norfolk, VA.

We as a company have been in existence since 2015, but Black Triangle products became available in 2017.

Bottom line, the world can be a dangerous place. An individual cannot always carry a firearm or a steel knife. Low-visibility tools are becoming more and more practical for everyday carry. Freedom of movement while protecting oneself with low-signature tools is Black Triangle’s mainstay.


8 Responses to “Whiskey 5 – Black Triangle”

  1. tangloppen says:

    thats some serious mallninja stuff right there
    that salesspeech makes me fell like a true operator

  2. Tazman66gt says:

    VZ Grips has already done this.

    • SamHill says:

      and TW brands gear did it before them, and cold steel had some plastic shanks way back even before that.

  3. james says:

    There are several makers of nonmetallic knives.IIRC there’s video of Ed Calderon popping that thing through a pig’s ribcage multiple times with no obvious tip damage.If you see a need for one, nice to know it’s a viable option.Personally, I like stuff like that-well made and thought out, niche product to be sure, but a long way wrom a hunk of zytel somebody modeled after an existing steel design.

    • Timmy says:

      Didn’t Ed run some of these through metal detectors and they set off? I was thinking i read that somewhere on the Hive.

      • James says:

        He’s tested a bunch and some did. Would have to go back and look, but this was one of his recommended tools from what I recall.

      • Red says:

        The carbon fiber knives set the detectors off

  4. b_rawrd says:

    “high net-worth individuals” jesus that is like the bodyguard buzzword of the day.