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Zero Tolerance Combat Folding Knife


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  • Quad Mounting System, MOLLE compatible
  • Steel: S30V stainless-steel with Tungsten DLC coating
  • Handle: 3D machined, G-10 and Titanium
  • Blade Length: 3 3/4 in. (9.5cm); Closed Length: 5-1/4 in. (13.3 cm); Overall Length: 8.5 in. (21.59 cm); Weight: 8 oz
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Product Description

Designed by ZT and Strider, this combat folder is equipped with SpeedSafe® manual assisted opening for easy, one-handed blade deployment. Just push on the ambidextrous thumb stud or pull back on the blade protrusion and the knife is good to go. An S30V stainless steel blade with matte-black Tungsten DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) coating provides extreme durability and wear and corrosion resistance. The Tungsten DLC coating enhances hardness and reduces friction drag. 3-D machined, G-10 scales provide a secure, all-weather grip. A 3/8-inch hex head pivot shaft nut makes field adjustments possible with minimal tools. Includes a quad mounting system for tip-up, tip-down, left or right-handed clip carry.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0017SC9H6
  • Item model number: ZT0300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,841 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Definitely worth the cash outlay.
D. Kyle Irrgang
This knife is that perfect combination of great design and top shelf materials, the knife is large with a well formed handle that is very comfortable.
Amazon Customer
Kershaw's Zero Tolerance line is right up there with Spyderco and Benchmade's best!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By HugeStakkaBoFan VINE VOICE on September 4, 2010
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I'm not legitimately involved in law enforcement or military operations as the disclaimer on the box says I have to be, but I do like to hack up giant fruits and vegetables at work, and packing my 12" chef's knife and cleaver in a knife roll every day somehow just feels sillier and more pretentious than carrying around an oversized "combat" knife which I am not trained to use in any combative way.

I'm sure that sounds silly to the Guns & Ammo crowd, but anyone who's ever tried to cleave a kabocha squash will tell you that you need a seriously heavy knife that will not give in any direction if you don't want to end up in the ER. This one does not disappoint in any regard. The blade is as seriously heavy as you can get in a folder and there is absolutely no moving it once it locks into position. The handle fits the hand nicely, and its scales keep it from slipping even when your hands are covered in mango juice and pumpkin guts.

Deploying the blade requires virtually no effort for such a husky beast. I'm not a huge fan of the Ken Onion curve, but it's not pronounced enough to make sharpening terribly difficult. I could live without the black coating, too, but whatever.

While I probably don't *really* need anything this expensive or overbuilt it's a quality tool. It's sturdy enough that I'm tempted to hammer it into a coconut, but it's probably not worth the risk.

Just beware that Amazon likes to ship these via the Post Office, so if yours never shows up even though you paid for two-day shipping, some dude from India will tell you to wait a couple weeks before he'll do anything about it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By no name on April 11, 2011
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I am very pleased with the ruggedness of this knife. The blade was sharper than any new knife I have ever owned and I have owned hundreds. I have began to put this knife through the tests and so far it has far exceeded my expectations. It performs as well as any 600$ custom knife I own. The ZT has now become my EDC. I really enjoy the assisted opening feature. This feature gets bad reviews on the web but mine functions flawlessly.

Do not hesitate to buy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By W. Kurtz on January 10, 2012
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The 0300 is my first ZT knife. I have a dozen or so benchmades and a couple of busses so I think I can spot a quality knife and the 0300 passes that test easily. As others have said it is a heavy knife. I wouldn't vote against it as an EDC but it will not be my EDC. I think of it more as a knife for the woods or any other situation where a knife of this cost, quality, durability, ruggedness are required. That said the scales and jimping are perfect. It's like Ken Onion and the guys at Strider read the minds of everyone interested in knives. The S30V blade is of course of high quality and comes from the factory with a very good edge. And by very good I mean that despite high marks there is room for improvement as it was not shaving sharp. But I quibble. The frame lock works perfectly and the blade action is perfect with no discernible play or wiggle. I would keep watching the prices on amazon as the swing a lot. The 0300 is now 20 dollars more than when I bought it 4 weeks ago. I have noticed that if you are patient and check frequently you can get some great knife deals on Amazon. All in all I a very happy with this knife. I would be happy with it on any of the remote trips I take around the world. Definitely recommended.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By G. Powell on November 26, 2010
I bought one a Zero Tolerance knife because, those Strider folders are way too expensive to actually use even if I could justify buying one. This knife has a frame lock that is a wad of titanium metal that is bent in one on side of the frame with a ball bearing under it so that it rides easily on the blade as it opens. Frame locks are the second strongest locks and my favorite lock type made by SOG, the Arc-lock, doesn't come in a knife this size & shape so this one will do.

This is not an every day carry knife. It's blade is too long for many municipalities, and thus rates as a concealed weapon requiring permits etc. It has a spring assist to open but it's not fast, as the mass of the blade is huge for such a small spring. But the assist is nice and so far it's never failed to fully open the blade into the locked position. The handle is thick, and the pocket clip has the end of the knife handle sticking about an inch out of your pocket.

I bought this knife for camping, and working in the brush in my yard etc. when I didn't really want to carry a fixed blade, and an edc is too small. And because, it makes a satisfying click when it opens. Somehow that sound appeals to me. It's sharp out of the box. The recurve on the blade requires a slip stone or a diamond cone to sharpen well.

I looked at the Zero Tolerance Tactical Response Knife but I'm less crazy about liner locks than frame locks. But that's a personal choice.

Why buy a knife other than as a collectable? Well to cut stuff up, and this one handles large jobs very well. Get it if you always wanted a strider folder but can't justify the 2x cost of it.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Kyle Irrgang on January 4, 2011
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THis knife is easily the bet one I have purchased to date. That includes Spyderco and Victorinox, It comes from teh factory sharp, and has stayed sharp through the 2 months I have used it. Definitely worth the cash outlay. The only criticism I have is that the screws that hold down the belt clip are a tiny, tiny torx head while the rest are Philips. Why not just use the same all around? I called the company and they sent me a tool at no charge.
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