Zero Tolerance Unisex Tiger Stripe Knife - 0350Ts
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- High performance and premium quality S350V stainless steel makes the powerful blade extremely versatile, durable, corrosion resistant and wear resistant
- Tiger-striped Tungsten DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) blade coating and textured black G-10 handles cleanly pair together to make a wild, aggressive knife
- Quad-mount pocketclip convenient for left or right-handed, tip-up or tip-down, carry
- Ideal EDC, easy folding pocket knife for everyday tasks—survival tool, precision cutting, self-defense, tactical use or the perfect gift
- General all-purpose knife great for EDC or use while working, camping, fishing, hunting, utility or outdoor activities
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Be ready at a moment's notice and never be unprepared when you have this knife from Zero Tolerance. This knife features an assisted opening, a liner lock, has a tiger stripe pattern, and has a quad-mount clip. Never leave your house without this knife from Zero Tolerance.
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I'm left-handed so I had to change the pocket clip - the two screws take a T6 while the main blade screw takes a T7 - don't try to use regular Allen wrenches! I slightly tightened the main blade screw which makes it a little harder to flip open, but adds an extra measure of safety for pocket carry. The other small screws are also T6 and the G10 disassembles easily for cleaning - in case you lose it in the mud - and find it again!
All in all, a great knife at a fair price - I feel I got good value for my money.
However after adding a beautiful 0300bw to my collection and going to write a review for it I noticed I had not. Now not that you are all waiting with breathe held for one of my awesome reviews.....but if you were, little fella you got it.
So there isn't much off the shelf I can say that hasn't been said in the other reviews, however i can give the perspective of a two year plus owner which I think will alleviate the buyers remorse of a higher dollar knife that you don't want to carry because it's the first time you've spent that much on a blade and holy crap if I lose it my wife will murder me....yeah any knife person knows that feeling until you eventually break the bank on something else like a custom Infidel and a buck fifty doenst seem like much.
So that was me the first 6 months, however after ACTUALLY using this thing you discover it has function and the soul of a hard working tool! Not just a fantastic pocket knife. Now I took mine and had it tuned up by Tom Veff from CRKT ( if you don't know who that is, get your life together)
we added some grip to the thumb stud and some classic Veff serations so cutting any material or uneven surface is easy.
From my experience with blades of a higher quality, find someone with a higher quality skills to sharpen them. Look you spend 200 bucks on a knife, spending 6-8 every few months to keep if deadly shouldn't be to hard. The thing you need to remember a razor edge can be easily put back on a knife that still has good edge geometry. However once the edge round or I rolled especially on a powdered steel knife, good luck with anything most average Joe has around, steels, ceramics hell even diamonds.
So in closing this knife fits the bill, it's beautiful, works perfect on deployment, has the specs to be used everyday and the looks to sit on a shelf in a collection. Make sure you get a genuine ZT and you'll have a blade for how ever many years you can keep from losing it.
One last thing, the handle scales make a great nail file....im sure by design.
However, the price is a major drawback considering the lost or stolen possibility(which is what happened to this one), the S30V blade metal is extremely hard making it tough to sharpen, you'll need a diamond coated sharpener or just wait on ZT for a month or so while they get sharpen it and get it back to you, the opening can easily become "sticky" if the bar gets wet and subsequently rusty, it's a heavy knife, and the thumb studs are pretty pointless and hard to use.