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Zero Tolerance Tactical Response Knife

by Kershaw
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List Price: $200.00
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  • Ambidextrous Opening, Locking Liner, Thumb Stud
  • Steel: 154CM stainless-steel with Tungsten DLC coating
  • Handle: 3D machined, G-10 in matte black
  • Blade Length: 3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm); Closed Length: 5 1/4 in. (13.3 cm); Weight: 7.7 oz
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Product Description

Sometimes, you just need a folding knife. The 0200 is a professional-grade, folding combat knife built to survive harsh, real-world conditions. It features an innovative recurve blade designed for multi-tasking versatility, minimal mass, and maximum performance. The blade design provides ideal leverage in tough cutting situations and a precisely centered point to handle piercing tasks with ease. The blade is 154CM stainless steel with Tungsten DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) non-reflective coating. Open the knife one-handed using the ambidextrous thumb stud or blade protrusion. 3-D machined scales in G-10 provide a secure grip and top mechanical strength. Handle is drilled to accept a lanyard and the knife comes complete with a quad mounting system for tip-up, tip-down, left or right-handed clip-carry.

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  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B0014E47I2
  • Item model number: ZT0200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,477 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Or if you prefer, you can use its index finger flipper to open it very easily.
Javax
The Zero Tolerance ZT 0200 knife is one of the best knives I have ever purchased and easily compares with competitor's models that cost twice as much, or more.
06redssr
Its a very solid well balanced knife so 7.7oz isnt heavy for what the 0200 brings to the table.
Mystro

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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Mystro on September 10, 2010
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After much reading over specs and looking at knife reviews on line, I decided to buy a Zero Tolerance 0200 for my heavy duty folder/edc/survival slot in my knife collection. If your looking for a survival folder you can count your life on,..the ZT 0200 is your knife. The knife came sharp but not wicked sharp as I prefer so a couple of strokes on the ceramic rods and the 154cm blade was good to go. One word jumps to mind handling this knife "massive". Its G10 handle is milled with a alligator-scale-like texture. It grips into the hand comfortably and securely. With a glove or bare hands, the knife ergonomics are about as perfect as it gets. Its obvious, this knife can handle hard chores that require pounding, batoning, and prying. The SS liner has been heavily drilled out. The liner lock uses the thickest steel I have ever seen in a liner lock. ZT says they have never had one fail yet and I tend to believe them. Its massive. The 0200 is NOT a assisted opening knife like the 0300 line but you would never know it by how fast it opens with the rear flipper choil or well placed thumb stud. IMO.. it doesnt need a assisted opening. I have much more control with this set up and I would bet its as fast or faster than the assisted models. Its weight is 7.7oz and its not as heavy as the specs would show. Its a very solid well balanced knife so 7.7oz isnt heavy for what the 0200 brings to the table. Jeans or tactical pants carry the knife without notice. The pocket clip can be moved to every possible position. I moved mine to the typical right hand tip-up carry. The DLC coating on this knife is tougher than any blade coating I have seen so far. I took my ZT 0200 out in the woods for a day of abuse. I cut 5" trees down. I used it as a pocket hatchet going through slashings.Read more ›
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Lee on April 10, 2012
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So, let's cut to the chase -- the ZT0200 from Zero Tolerance is a BEAST.

Considering the relatively low price tag compared to the rest of the ZT line-up, and the renowned quality that you get with ZT knives, I would say that the ZT0200 is one of the best-valued knives you're going to find on the market today. There's just so much to like about it. I'll do a pros/cons rundown below (this review will be a bit lengthy, but I like to be thorough when it comes to product reviews).

PROS[+]:

[+] It has a FLIPPER! Definitely my favorite way of opening knives, since it uses the least amount of motion and repositioning to open a knife from tip-down pocket carry. The angled flipper on the ZT0200 is easily accessed with either hand, and protrudes just enough to flip open with gloved or gloveless hands, without getting in the way or snagging on things while it's closed.

[+] 4" blade (one of the few flippers on the market with a 4" blade) For me, the larger the blade, the better.

[+] Durable Tungsten DLC coating (non-reflective, and the coating doesn't wear even with heavy usage)

[+] A beautifully designed drop point blade with a nice recurved belly for easy slicing. I think drop points are perfect for a wide variety of tasks, from skinning to chopping, and when the occasion dictates, it can stab without a significant risk of breaking the tip of the blade. On the ZT0200, a swedge along the top also allows the blade to easily travel through tough mediums when stabbing.

[+] 154CM blade material (a nice balance between edge retention and ease of sharpening). I feel that the often-used S30V is too cumbersome to sharpen properly in a pinch out in the field, while medium-grade steels like AUS8 have noticeably less wear resistance.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Javax on October 15, 2010
My first choice of combat utility knife.

* Blade: Hard and thick blade that can withstand the extreme combat environment.
* Handle: Ergonomically designed with scales for good friction. Although the knife is very big, it fits perfectly in my small hand.
* Sharpness: Despite the thickness, you can shave with it. Only issue is that sharpening the curved up part of the blade. Fixed angle knife sharpener can't easily reach the edge.
* Belt clip: Not pretty but functional and can be re-positioned for left handed person and for tip up/tip down carry.
*Lock: Very very solid with absolutely no blade play.
* Opening: After a little practice, it can easily be opened with a flicker of your thumb. Or if you prefer, you can use its index finger flipper to open it very easily.
*Pivot screw: This is the biggest drawback. You need a small crescent wrench to adjust the tightness.
* Customer Service: Yes, you can rely on Kershaw for repair and sharpness. Kershaw is the only company that I trust when it comes to knife sharpening and repair. I have many different types of tactical knives and this knife comes to the top because its quality and the company's relatively outstanding customer support.

All in all, this is a combat ready knife.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Weede on April 11, 2012
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I find this knife to be a well made tactical style folder. However it is heavy and large, if you are using it for box opening or other mundane tasks it may be too much. I use this knife as EDC while at work, but many of my tasks require the use of a larger blade. I like the lack of assisted opening, often assisted open knives draw attention to the fact you are using a knife. I prefer the ability to deploy my knife as slow or fast as I need. The blade shape lends itself to cord or webbing cutting and comes sharp enough to do any everyday task. The G10 scales are rough enough to grip properly but not so rough as to tear up ungloved hands. Overall for my uses I give the knife 5 stars. This is an excellent knife that would work well in any deployed or heavy duty tasks.
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