Users' questions

Are Zero Tolerance Knives good?

Are Zero Tolerance Knives good?

You really can’t go wrong with a Zero Tolerance knife. They are all super well built to high tolerances with top shelf materials. And if you are a fan of titanium frame lock flippers then you will have a hard time beating a ZT with a framelock flipper at this price point. They are always amazing flippers.

Are Zero Tolerance Knives made by Kershaw?

The first ZT knives were produced in 2006 alongside Kai USA’s longstanding, Kershaw Knives brand. Currently, all ZT products are manufactured in Kai USA’s Tualatin, Oregon facility.

Where are Zero Tolerance Knives manufactured?

Tualatin, Oregon USA
Precision and Craftsmanship. All Zero Tolerance Knives are proudly built in our Tualatin, Oregon USA manufacturing facility by our most skilled workers.

Why are Zero Tolerance knives so expensive?

Why are Zero Tolerance Knives so expensive? They utilize top shelf materials and high tolerance construction to product a knife that an outstanding value for USA-made Everyday Carry Knives.

Which is better benchmade or zero tolerance?

If you are on a budget, Benchmade may be a better choice for you as some of their mid-tier knives are cheaper than most made by Zero Tolerance. For those with an unlimited budget, Zero Tolerance has some options that are definitely worth looking at.

What knife does Gibbs use in NCIS?

The Zero Tolerance ZT301 is the knife that Gibbs uses in episodes such as Flesh and Blood, Obsession, Enemies Foreign & Domestic. Most notably the ZT301 was used in the steak scene from Season 7 – Flesh and Blood.

How does Gibbs get the boat out his basement?

How does Gibbs get his boats out of the basement? It was revealed Gibbs gets his boats out through the wall. He removes bricks and makes a large hole in the wall. FBI Agent Alden Parker (Gary Cole) makes this discovery when looking for Gibbs.

What are all of Gibbs rules?

‘NCIS’: What Are Gibbs’ Rules?

  • Rule 1: Never let suspects sit together.
  • Other Rule 1: Never screw over your partner.
  • Rule 2: Always wear gloves at a crime scene.
  • Rule 3: Never believe what you are told.
  • Other Rule 3: Never be unreachable.
  • Rule 4: Best way to keep a secret.
  • Rule 5: You don’t waste good.