The CTS-204P blade of the Zero Tolerance 0562CF has been satin and stonewash finished. The handle is a pairing of a carbon fiber front scale and a stonewashed titanium back scale used as the frame lock. The knife opens with a flipper using the KVT ball-bearing opening system.
A washer with caged ball bearings surrounds the pivot and makes opening the knife nearly frictionless; pull back on the flipper and add a roll of the wrist, and the 0562CF is ready for action. Zero Tolerance had only a few things in mind when creating and designing their knives.
They wanted to make them with top-of-the-line materials as well as being able to stand up to heavy-duty use. Many of their knives are made in collaboration with top knife makers such as Rick Hinderer, Todd Rexford, Jens Anso, and Dmitry Sinkevich.
Zero Tolerance initially produced combat knives but has since added a variety of everyday carrying and premium knives, built with the same “OVERBUILT” designs as their knives that are tailored towards military and law enforcement.
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