The ZT 0022 is the smallest knife Zero Tolerance has ever produced and they knocked it out of the park with this impressive Tim Galyean design. With a unique front scale and a rugged titanium frame, this knife blends style and day-to-day durability in one compact package. Meet your latest EDC companion, the 0022 Small Galyean folder from Zero Tolerance Knives.
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I guess for the money I expected it to be able to cut stuff right out of the box. I had a birthday party to go to the day it came and it wouldn’t even cut Scotch tape. I have an old Buck 110 that has cleaned out at least 6 deer since I’ve sharpened it and it still has a better edge on it than this thing came with. The tip wasn’t ground symmetrically either. I almost sent it back but decided to sharpen it and use the thing. If I sent it back would I get one any better in return? I work on the edge from time to time and it’s getting better but it’s a slow process. It’s almost sharp enough now to cut paper but ZT should send me a loaner knife to use until I have time to get the edge to a functional condition. Or less embarrassing condition. I will have to use some ZT knives that are actually sharp before I would spend money on another one. Thinking about buying a Benchmade to use and just throwing this one in a drawer for awhile til I forget how much it cost.