If you’re looking for a exceptional bush knife, you need to checkout Spyderco’s Serrata, a collaboration with Stuart Ackerman. A prototype of this knife was introduced in 2013. Picking this knife up feels like an extension of your hand. The finger coils, polished pins, general weight and dimension of the handle make it superbly ergonomic. Given those kudos, what I really liked is the blade profile, which is a expertly implemented flat grind. This is a knife that you can baton with or use to open up a few spider holes, should the need arise without experiencing a blade failure.
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