Limited Edition ZT

Limited Edition ZT

Special Run Zero Tolerance Knives are always ones to consider for both your pocket and for your collection. The 0350 model was a more carriable, more affordable option compared to the 0300 flagship folder designed by Mick Strider and Ken Onion. This knife gets almost every design aspect right for both a tactical and EDC folder. If you’re looking for a knife for that impossible to shop for collector or end user, this is a knife they are guaranteed to love. Get one before they are gone at www.knifecenter.com.

 

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Zero Tolerance Hinderer

Zero Tolerance Hinderer

The ZT0566BWCF is a Hinderer designed assisted opening folder and one of the best everyday carry knives in Zero Tolerance’s lineup. The blade is BlackWash finished Elmax steel which offers excellent edge retention, strength, and toughness. The front scale is carbon fiber which has improved aesthetics and durability over G10. Get this awesome knife and find out what the ZT hype is all about at www.knifecenter.com.

Zero Tolerance Model 0200SW Folder

Zero Tolerance Model 0200SW Folder
This Zero Tolerance 0200SW is a limited run knife with a beautiful stonewashed 154CM stainless steel blade and black G10 scales. The 3/8” hex head pivot shaft nut makes field adjustments possible with minimal tools. This is a beautiful every day carry knife with a great blade shape and extremely stout feeling handles. It’s much like an SR-1 from LionSteel or the Spyderco LionSpy in hand-filling design and overbuilt feeling. It will be hard to find a job this knife cannot do nor excel at. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.

Zero Tolerance Blackwashed Model 0300

Zero Tolerance Blackwash Model 0300

 

The Model 0300 was Zero Tolerance’s first ever knife, co-designed by Ken Onion and Mick Strider, and it became an immediate success in the realm of hard use folding knives. ZT has separated themselves from the competition by using only the best available materials and manufacturing stout tactical knives to some of the tightest tolerances in the industry. The handle of the 0300 is a large 5-1/4″, made from machined G10 with a titanium frame lock. It’s got great jimping for your thumb in both the forward and reverse grips, much like a Strider Knife, which is functional even with gloves on. The 3-3/4″ S30V blade features the new Blackwashed finish which is best described as a DLC (diamond-like carbon) finish that been tumbled (or stonewashed) for a non-reflective, broken-in look. The Model 0300 was such a popular design that it spawned a smaller brother, the 0350 with all G10 handles, that continues to be among the most popular knives ZT manufacturers. Blackwash is the same finish as the Acid Stonewash by Brous Blades and seems to be where manufacturers are heading for a durable, non-reflective finish on high end knives. Check out the new Zero Tolerance 0300 at www.knifecenter.com.

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New Zero Tolerance Model 0350OR and 0550BLK

New Zero Tolerance Model 0350 and 0550s

The very popular model 0350 has added yet another new variation to the family, this one with bright orange handles. The G10 on this model is slightly thicker than previous versions making for a more comfortable knife to hold and to use. The 3-1/4″ recurved blade is best described as a mix of bead blasted and stonewashed for a good looking and most likely very durable blade finish. The 0550BLK is the same exact knife as it was before but with a black DLC coated S35VN blade. The titanium locking side features the new more-Hinderer inspired frame lock and the same deep carry pocket clip found on the 0560 and 0561 models. Excellent ergonomics, good looks, and a real sense of toughness emanates from these two knives and there’s no doubt both would serve well in just about any application. Check out these brand new Zero Tolerance knives at www.knifecenter.com.

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