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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
Do not hesitate to buy.
S30V steel, well is a top tier steel in my opinion along with the VG-10s; 154cms; S35Vs; and the San Mai iii
who's to say which one is better, unless you mount all those steels w the same handle, same make etc. bottom line, they're pricey, but you get what you pay for.
G10 handle is really grippy.
it's a hefty knife, some would say, it's not for EDC, personally it's w me (inside my pocket all the time) "gives you a different swagger" some would say.
NO BLADE PLAY. a bit slow to deploy compared to other makes, like Emerson's (not the same type)
if you find this knife to be too big for your taste or too pricey, you can get the ZT0350 instead, and yes i own both of them. Not a Kershaw fan, as i said, i own several makes and models. Downside of the 350 is, it's a linear lock.
Got my ZT from Thomson Tools via Amazon, they're my go to guys for Kershaw ZTs
No complaints so far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this for my husband and he loves it! It is a bit too big and took some use to handing. His previous knife was much smaller in size. Read morePublished 9 months ago by PC
I'm a gear head mechanic/fabricator. I spend a lot of money on quality tools. You get what you pay for plain and simple. This thing is a beast! Read morePublished 10 months ago by marcus
This is a great knife. The build quality is excellent. If you are ok with a knife that is on the heavy side and is built like a tank then this is the knife for you.Published 11 months ago by Parker Anthony
Less than perfect (too heafty maybe) but it opens like lighting and is good as one of many to havePublished 13 months ago by D. Blitz
This knife came as a recommendation from my instructor at a close-quarters battle course. He made this recommendation specific for my hand size. My glove size is an 8.5. Read morePublished 15 months ago by eiresurg