The ZT 0350 is 10% smaller and lighter than the Zero Tolerance 0300. The 0350 is fully equipped with SpeedSafe for one-handed assisted opening. Even in combat gloves, the user can easily deploy the blade using the large, ambidextrous thumb stud or blade protrusion flipper. The recurve edge gives the knife incredible slicing ability.
Zero Tolerance makes a wide selection of knives, each built to exacting specifications right here in the United States.
All I can say about this knife is that it is a great all around knife and if blade hq gave the option of 6 out of 5 stars I would pick that.
I am unbelievably impressed with this knife. Pictures and videos don't give the black wash justice. The blade came in razor sharp and the handle is smooth but it doesn't feel like it will slip. Shipping was a day ahead of time. If you buy this knife you'll be very satisfied.
This knife came sharp with a decent grind out of the box! No work needed on it other than some stropping to make it razor sharp. It does seem a little beefy in the pocket, and I wish Zero Tolerance (Kershaw) would have designed or included a deep pocket carry clip with it. It can withstand some heavy duty work, and really doesn’t take to long/much to sharpen the sucker. Overall, really well built folder, that can handle heavy work. Would highly recommend for a folding field knife SF
I researched this knife quite a bit before I bought it. Watched several video reviews too. Most of them said that this knife was over built, whatever that means, and due to this it was to heavy. Well that may be true for some, but if an extra 2 ozs. is too much for you to carry you probably shouldn't even carry a pocket knife IMO. This knife is excellent, as close to perfect as can be had. The handle fits my hand better than any other knife I have, and that's a bunch. When I was trying to decide what to buy it was between the 0350 and a paramilitary, so glad I went with the Zero Tolerance.
After the second time it went back to the service department I traded it off. This knife is notorious for the lock bar failing and flying off the blade thing. It works better desisted by taking out the torsion bar but you shouldn't have to worry about the lock bar failing. Another knife that is probably best discontinued