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Zero Tolerance ZT0560 Hinderer Design Black Folding Knife


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  • Steel: ELMAX, stonewashed finish
  • Handle: 3-D machined G-10 front scale, 3-D machined titanium back handle, stonewashed finish
  • Blade Length: 3.75 inches; Closed Length: 5 inches; Overall Length: 8.8 inches; Weight: 5.8 ounces
  • Frame lock; Thumb stud; Lanyard hole; Flipper; Deep-carry pocketclip; Quad mounting
  • Made in the USA
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Product Description

Based on Rick's crave-worthy XM-18, the new ZT 0560 is one completely amazing knife. First, the blade. It's pure ELMAX powdered steel for the extreme edge retention, high strength, and toughness a hard-use knife demands. It rolls out of the handle on the KVT ball-bearing system so deployment is rapid and it's ready when you need it. The handle is 3-D machined G-10 on the front, and equally 3-D machined titanium on the back. A framelock with lockbar stabilizer ensures a rocksolid lockup every time. To ensure this big bear of a knife carries at a comfortable weight, ZT has skeletonized the liner and machined pockets in the titanium handle and framelock. And to top it all off, the 0560 is equipped with ZT's new deep-carry pocketclip. With black G10 front scale.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 0.3 x 1.8 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B007L4ZGXE
  • Item model number: ZT0560
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,437 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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77 of 85 people found the following review helpful By DT FAN 4 LIFE on September 15, 2012
I do not know where to begin about the comments (prior comment by a female whose name starts with Vic) about this knife, but with all due-respect I question the thought-process about giving this knife 3 out of 5 stars. This knife won the 'Collaboration of the Year' award at the 2011 Blade Show, as it was designed by Rick Hinderer and ZT. His direct experiences in both rescue and firefighting have given him the practical edge over most other custom knife manufacturers. ZT knives may be "over-built" as you said, but they are built upon extremely high levels of quality and standards using cutting-edge (no pun intended) materials and engineering. If you feel that the knife is over-built, maybe you should have bought something that isn't quite as expensive.

The detent of this knife is fine, so I'm not sure why you are having a difficult time opening the knife. ZT used a unique and proprietary pivot bearing system that allows the 560/561 to open incredibly slick with ZERO blade play. The flipper requires absolutely no wrist motion to open the blade. The new bearing system is referred to as the "KVT" (Kershaw Velocity Technology) and is smooth-as-silk w/o any friction since the blade rides on captured ball bearings in nylon raceways instead of being sandwiched with conventional washers. If you don't want to use the flipper you can always use the thumb studs worn by the blade, but the flipper works so well I don't see why you would want to move-away from such a good thing. The flipper also plays a dual-role in which it is a large integral guard. I am a proud-owner of many ZT knives (including the ZT0560 and 0561) and feel that it is very difficult for your hand to slip over the flipper and get cut.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Hegg on October 25, 2012
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I purchased the ZT0560 as my 1st Zero Tolerance knife. I have been a huge fan of Kershaw for years now and wanted to step my EDC knife up a notch so I decided to give Kershaw's Zero Tolerance line a try. I mainly chose the 0560 for the weight. For such a large, heavy duty knife, the weight is about 5.8 oz. It may seem like a lot but when you hold it in your hands its pretty impressive. It's very comfortable to carry this knife, it's slim design makes it unnoticeable to me while its in my pocket and I gotta say, ZT's "LowRider" pocket clip it comes with is very very well done, it has good retention and it sits very deep in your pocket. The lockup on this knife is very secure and occurs pretty early during deployment. There is literally no blade play while the knife is open or closed and the while closed, the blade is pretty much dead centered inside the liners. When it comes to comfort, you can disregard the comments of the jimping being too aggressive, it really locks the knife into the hand and also works great while wearing gloves. The large flipper on the knife makes an excellent finger guard when the blade is deployed. The blade comes literally sharp enough to shave with out of the box and of course, after use, you can send the knife back to Kershaw to have the factory edge put back on( all you do is pay shipping to them).

Now the reason I had to give it 4 stars is because when I first got the knife and flipped it open pretty quickly the lock was nearly impossible to release. It stuck to the end of the blade and didn't let go. The harder I deployed the blade, the harder it was to release the lock. Luckily I drive by the Kershaw factory every day on the way to work. I walked into the warranty shop and showed them the problem. They took it into the back and fixed it in about 20 minutes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Estes on February 1, 2013
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When I first received this knife, I was surprised at how large it is. This is a robust, well-made knife, and is about equal in size to my ZT 0200ST, both of which have blades just shy of 4". The fit and finish is excellent; the blade is centered when closed, and there is no play whatsoever in any direction when locked. The lock itself is solid, and covers a little less than 50%, leaving plenty of room for wear without sacrificing safety. The grip surface is just about perfect, with the 3D relief enough for a good grip in any condition, without being so aggressive as to cause wear on pants pockets. The clip is for "deep carry," keeping the end of the knife about even with the top of the pocket. While some don't care for this, I prefer it because in some environments I don't want it screaming "Knife!" at everyone who notices.

This is a "flipper" knife, with no spring-assist, and it doesn't need one. The blade slides open without any drag, and locks firmly with a somewhat subdued click. Disengaging the lock takes a little effort, most of which has to do with technique in my case, as I tend to use my fingers to hold against the frame as I push with my thumb. While this works fine with a liner-lock, it causes frame-locks to not want to open until I lower my fingers a bit. Once I do that, the effort needed is minimal. Keep in mind, there is no play in the detent which keeps the blade closed. This means as soon as you open it, all drag disappears and it moves freely. If you're not used to this, I would exercise some caution until you become accustomed to it. This is also noteworthy regarding your preferred mode of carry, because if the thumb studs (in tip-up mode) or the flipper lever (tip-down) catches on your pocket, it can pull the blade open as you pull it out.
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