Reviews and Ratings for Zero Tolerance Model 0350MOC Assisted Flipper Knife 3.25" S30V Tungsten DLC Plain Blade, VZ Grips Mocassin and Black G10 Handles

Zero Tolerance Model 0350MOC Assisted Flipper Knife 3.25" S30V Tungsten DLC Plain Blade, VZ Grips Mocassin and Black G10 Handlesrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (2 reviews)
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Zero Tolerance Model 0350MOC Assisted Flipper Knife 3.25 inch S30V Tungsten DLC Plain Blade, VZ Grips Mocassin and Black G10 Handles

 

Price: $209.60

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Zero Tolerance Model 0350MOC Assisted Flipper Knife 3.25" S30V Tungsten DLC Plain Blade, VZ Grips Mocassin and Black G10 Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Ziggy
Bryantown Maryland
Jul 28, 2020
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: None
Rebirth of an oldie but goodie
EDC/tactical it has a nice actions. good lock up I really like the grips/handle One change I would suggest a smooth backside match the color of the front grip instead of black. I like it so much I purchase a second one in a different color. Highly recommend it it’s one of my favorite I have six different variations It’s addicting😃
Zero Tolerance Model 0350MOC Assisted Flipper Knife 3.25" S30V Tungsten DLC Plain Blade, VZ Grips Mocassin and Black G10 Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Daniel
Florida
Sep 07, 2020
Pros: Pocket Clip, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Lock Type
Cons: None
ZT0350
I replaced a Spydy Para 2 with this knife and have used it about a month now. It could be slightly larger for my hand. The flipper is good but compressing the liner lock to unlock could be difficult for smaller hands. The blade strength and the CPM S30 steel are good. I make knives and use Crucibles S30 for hunters. It takes a great edge and holds it reasonably long (needs diamond stones to sharpen if you don't use belts). It comes with an 18 degree secondary bevel (cutting edge) but 22 degrees works better and will take less damage with hard use. The out of the box grind on the edge is course but not a problem after sharpened. It weights a lot and the build is robust which is all good for me (built like a tank). I haven't really tried hard to defeat the lock up by striking the knife on the the spine when open but it seems to lock up very well .Everything lines up and works as I would hope for. I have had to adopt to choking up on the knife for detail work but I can do it. The broad belly and the drop point would make a good skinner. It favors a sword grip hand placement with a significant thumb choil, as well as a reverse grip which indicates an eye toward defensive use. The broad spear like profile takes awhile to adjust to for daily tasks (cutting rope and opening boxes) but it adds significantly to blade strength as well. ZT sent an additional black scale with the sculpted G-10 scale that came on the knife; this was very thoughtful and I opted for the black scale. ZT also offers a replacement blade for $35 and that alone should get anyones vote. I enjoy this knife and highly recommend it.