Having owned and reviewed several knives from Zero Tolerance over the years, I kinda know what to expect with new releases. However, while at SHOT Show, I was drawn to a tiny knife from Zero Tolerance that I didn’t expect. The other knives I’ve reviewed have all been quite hefty like the 0350, 0850CF and 0393. With the 0450CF being the smallest of the group. The new ZT 0022 is smaller yet. But still loaded with the features you’d expect from the high-end knife maker. Like a CPM 20CV steel blade for superior hardness and corrosion resistance. Carbon Fiber and titanium handle halves with anodized blue accents. Plus the reliable and silky smooth KVT ball bearing opening mechanism. For rapid deployment of the sub-two-inch blade. Compared to previous ZT knives, this Tim Galyean designed 0022 punches well above its weight class.
Photo of the day: ZT’s tiny but classy 0022 pocket knife
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