Kershaw Zero Tolerance Military Knife, Stahl CPM3V, G-10 Griffe,, Tungsten DLC Beschichtung, Nylonscheide mit Vortasche
- ZT0100 Cuchillo Combat Zero Tolerance Cuchillos Militar de acero de tungsteno CPM3V hoja G-10 Hecho en EE.UU.
- Dagger Combat Zero Tolerance Supervivencia Cuchillos de hoja fija fijo Militar
- 26.70cm longitud total construida en una sola pieza como plana única longitud
- Hoja 13.60 cc Hoja CPM3V placa de acero de tungsteno tratado
- manejar la táctica de nylon negro G-10
- caso Molle se puede usar en varias posiciones
- Hecho en EE.UU. y supervivencia Combat Knife Hecho en EE.UU. ZT
- prohibida - 18 años
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This thing is a beastly strong knife. Cannot fathom how someone could possibly break it even under extreme use.
Stays sharp for at least a week at a time, and I am hacking or slicing through anything from branches to thick rope on a daily basis. Top quality, very expensive, steel.
The handle is wonderful and with it's unique shape, molds right into your hand. Terrific grip, even in the wet, leather gloves or not.
The sheath is very good, but not quite what I want. I am going to replace it with a Spec-Ops Combat Master sheath when this one gets too beat up. That may take a while as it is a well manufactured piece, it just does not quite hang exactly how I want. Not a deal breaker by any means, and other body types may find the sheath perfect. For me an extra $45 for the Spec-Ops sheath and my knife/rig will be about perfect.
My one caveat agrees with The Chief's review. It is slightly smaller than I would like. I am a large human and wear an X-large in Mechanics brand gloves. I am at the very limit of upper sized hands for the handle on this knife. If my hand were any bigger at all, it would not be big enough. Like The Chief, I'd actually prefer that the handle (and knife) were 10% bigger. But it just fits me. If your hands are bigger than an X-Large in Mechanics brand gloves, this handle on this knife will not fit your over-sized mitts.
An absolutely top-of-the-foodchain, no excuses, production based knife. If you understand you get what you pay for, and ante up for this knife, you will not be disappointed.
I bring this up only because most of us aren't G.I. Joe and don't really *need* a dedicated "tactical" knife. If you're .MIL, LEO, or a first-responder looking for a fixed blade duty knife that you can bet your life on, this 0100 should be near the top of your list. Its "Black Ops" color and design hint strongly at its intended purpose. The rough-textured G10 handle and nearly indestructible, thick CPM-3V recurved blade, complete with blood channel and black DLC coating all combine to make this a thoroughbred knife that begs for abuse. It tends to have that "Crocodile Dundee" effect on people when you unsheathe it -- the eyes of onlookers get wide with astonishment typically followed by a "Whoa!"
The blade itself comes, as I like to call it, "Duty-Sharp." It'll get the job done, but it's not razor, shaving, or even push-cut sharp. I'm a certified Knife Knut and Sharpness Superfreak, and as a result I'm almost always disappointed by just how "dull" high-end blades tend to come from the factory, and Kershaw / ZT are one of the worst offenders. The moment this blade arrived I already had my "Wicked Edge Pro" sharpener set up and waiting. The very pronounced recurve makes this knife a BEAR to sharpen, and 3V is notoriously difficult to get a killer edge on already. The DLC coating exacerbates sharpening issues as well, since I like a slightly deeper profile on my blades. The edge that comes on the knife is a very shallow, wide "V" that is good for harsh utility, but less than optimal for cutting and sharpness. The spine is thick, and it feels like you could sledgehammer this thing into solid rock and hang an Abrams main battle tank from the handle. If I were in the Taliban Hunting Club I'd be all over this knife. As a "tactical" tool (I loathe to use that word) it's very confidence inspiring.
All that said, the ZT 0100 makes, at best, a mediocre SURVIVAL knife. It does not chop or baton well at all. The DLC coating makes it difficult to use with a fire steel. The prodigious recurve means the majority of hard tasks will fall on the very short "belly" section, creating very uneven wear. This knife is definitely NOT a "slicer", though the teardrop spear tip does make it a great "stabber." The G10 handle is great, and it's very grippy when dry, but when wet or sweaty, without gloves, it's much more slippery than a good Canvas Micarta or other quality material -- another sign of its tactical pedigree, as most duty users will be wearing gloves.
In summation, if you are looking for a stalwart duty knife, or you're just adding another $250 knife to your collection because you can, the 0100 is a great acquisition. If you want a more "balanced" knife -- one that is more suited to non-tactical applications, such as camping, hiking, or just general use -- you'd be MUCH better served by a genuine SURVIVAL knife in CPM-3V for roughly the same price. I would personally recommend the "Survive! Knives" GSO 5.1 or GSO 7/7 (when available). My 0100 has essentially remained in its (mediocre) sheath since birth. That said, if I ever anticipate getting into a knife fight one day, the 0100 would be the first blade I'd choose to leave the house with.