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Tag Archives: Serrata
Spyderco and Stuart Akerman have done an amazing job producing what is one of the best bush knives I’ve run across in quite a while. The Serrata is stout yet very nimble and its Cast 440C blade delivers a vicious … Continue reading
We’ll be moving into July with a review of Spyderco’s Serrata. Quality and feel are impressive, but this Stuart Ackerman design has a rather interesting metallurgy that we’ll introduce in our upcoming review… So, stay with us.
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 … Continue reading