This B41 model has an orange G-10 handle.
The LionSteel Bushcraft B41 is very similar to the B40, which has been a popular knife among bushcrafters for a while now. In fact, the B41 is nearly identical in dimensions. The major difference is in the handle; instead of the broom stick type handle of the B40, the handle of the B41 is milled a little thinner and tapers more toward the front. The spine of the B41 is crowned a little more as well. It also includes a different sheath, one with a closure strap instead of the "clack" style sheath of the B40.
I like this just as much as my Ontario Blackbird SK-5. It's smaller and sleeker, but every bit as capable. It's important to note that the area of the extended tang near the lanyard hole isn't crowned, it's at a 90 degree angle so you can use a firesteel there. I do wish the sheath was ambidextrous, though.