Posted July 19, 2012 by Nick
Zero Tolerance has become well known in the knife community for making wide blades of quality materials and near-unbreakable toughness. People around the world have been calling for a slimmer, lighter knife built to the same stout standards and ZT responded excellently with the model 0780. Loosely based off the ZT0160 combat fixed blade, it incorporates features from different Kershaw and ZT knives to make for a useful and ergonomic design. It’s got a solid skull crusher on the end, nicely textured G10 handle scales, and a four-position deep carry pocket clip for secure carry. The 3.5″ S30V blade has sharp, functional jimping on the spine and can be opened with either the flipper mechanism or the tapered thumbstuds that Kershaw uses on the Blur models. The knife has an entirely black tactical look but at 4.0 ounces and very slim in the closed position, it is definitely the right size to have on your person at all times. Check out this new EDC combat folder from Zero Tolerance at www.knifecenter.com.
More about Zero Tolerance:
Designed and manufactured to stand up to heavy-duty use, Zero Tolerance Knives are built of premium materials and designed to provide the user with maximum strength, versatility, and unwavering reliability. All Zero Tolerance Knives are built with integrity to professional, hard-use specifications. They’re in demand by armed forces personnel, law enforcement officers and other first responders, as well as by discerning knife owners who simply want to be ready for anything the world might throw at them.
The knives are called “Zero Tolerance” because they’re designed and built with zero tolerance for anything less than the very best-in materials, craftsmanship, and made-in-the-USA dependability.
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