FB32 Serrata

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The FB32 Serrata is a mid-sized fixed blade, and Spydercos first (fixed) blade made by a casting process.

Appearance in catalogs

The FB32 Serrata appeared in the following catalogs:


Stuart Ackerman

History, mentionings etc. from the forums

Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web

FB32 Serrata

Stuart Ackerman is a custom knifemaker from New Zealand with a penchant for practical fixed-blade knives you can count on in a pinch. His Serrata fits that description. Its thick, leaf-shaped blade is made by casting 440C stainless steel-a process that creates dendritic ("tree-like") crystalline structures that gives it exceptional strength, ductility, and cutting ability to the steel. The blade is full-flat-ground for strength and is distally tapered to reduce weight and drag, enhancing edge geometry for exceptional balance. Its contoured handle scales are black G-10, shaped to fill the hand and eliminate pressure spots during extended use. The Serrata has a custom-molded Boltaron sheath with G-Clip™ attachment.[1]


The FB32 is made in Taiwan and features:

SKU Handle Edge Steel From/To MSRP Note Number made Grind Sheath Clip Collectors club
FB32G Black G-10 PE Cast 440C 2013 - $250.00 (2020) Full Flat grind Boltaron G-Clip Main

Most collectible variation

The original FB32 Serrata, complete with original box and papers in mint condition, is likely to be the most collectible version.

Questions regarding collecting the FB32

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Technical information

Measurements (mm and grams) of the FB32 Serrata:

Variation Length overall Length blade Length edge Blade thickness Weight
FB32G 235mm 118mm 118mm 6.0mm 224g

Measurements (inches and ounces) of the FB32 Serrata:

Variation Length overall Length blade Length edge Blade thickness Weight
FB32G 9.25" 4.63" 4.63" 0.238" 7.9oz


  1. The FB32 Serrata in Spyderco's online catalog


The FB32 Serrata