Zero Tolerance 400ST Scavenger Tactical Knife Review

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Comments on Zero Tolerance 400ST Scavenger Tactical Knife Review

July 20, 2012

wwwknivestowncom @ 4:21 am #

Definitely at least as good, probably better. Zero Tolerance is giving all? the “elite” tacticals a real run for the money. Excellent quality and very good $ value.

FishGears @ 4:36 am #

Great review Bob, how would you compare this to a comparable sog? knife? Better? Thanks.

mongomondomongo @ 4:54 am #

The ZT400 is discontinued in? 2012. Get these while you can!

wnt2beasoilder @ 5:26 am #

Can you review a sog? recon bowie please?

jk81061 @ 5:46 am #

Thanks great? info.

coolbrandon92 @ 5:48 am #

And I love? the very nice blade coated

coolbrandon92 @ 5:57 am #

When he first pulled out the knife, I thought? I looked like a shape of a coffin. And I now I wonder if thee is any knife that is actually shaped like a coffin. Anybody know of any?

andrewsheldonreeves @ 6:13 am #

I like my SOG Trident Tanto? with Digital Camo Handle

J88Wolf @ 6:37 am #

Impressive, for? a flick knife. o_O Very impressive.

pmprydr @ 7:31 am #

Literature? FTW

TheCrushmaster @ 8:27 am #

Oh,? I agree, it’s worth the money – for what you get, it’s not bad at all. It’s just reasonably expensive in general, not for the excellent quality you get.

wwwknivestowncom @ 9:26 am #

Pretty – Yes. Expensive – I have to say no. Considering the materials (S30V steel and anodized aircraft aluminum) with spring assist, you could expect to pay $50 on top of this price for this type of tactical if it were offered by some of the other “elite” tactical companies. For what you get? I think this is a very good price. Now maybe you just would never spend that much on a knife no matter what, and I understand that but compared to similarly equipped tacticals its a good buy

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TheCrushmaster @ 10:51 am #

Very pretty. :-D And very expensive. I’d? go for Zero Tolerance, but I’m slightly put off because, while they’re made in the USA, I don’t believe the company that owns them is US.

As always, great review. God bless.

MrCleanerNash @ 11:34 am #

great knife.? Really getting in ZT lately. I just wish they would use a better pocket clip. thanks for sharing

Bunsdo @ 11:53 am #

Bob have you ever? considered being a hand model? lol

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