By: Zero Tolerance Knives

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Sinkevich Titanium KVT

The Zero Tolerance 0450CF, designed by Dmitry Sinkevich, is one of ZT’s top-selling knives. But some knife users have been asking for a little more—a little more size, a little more handle curve, a little more carbon fiber, a little more Sinkevich. ZT's answer? The new 0460. In size, it’s slightly larger than the 0450, but not as large as the 0452CF. The blade steel is S35VN for enhanced toughness and resistance to edge chipping with no loss of wear resistance. Rich in niobium, vanadium, and chromium carbides, it enables a sharp, long-lasting edge. For sharp looks, ZT gives the blade a two-tone finish: stonewashed on the flats and satin on the grinds. Based on Dmitry’s Polychotky Jr., the 0460’s carbon-fiber-and-titanium handle has a pronounced ergonomic curve to fit into the hollow of the hand neatly. The front scale is bronze carbon fiber. This relatively recently developed composite material offers the benefits of carbon fiber, but with the ability to colorize the material as well—in the case of the 0460, the color is an attractive bronze. We partially 3D machined the front handle for dimensionality and grip as well. The handle back is titanium with a titanium frame lock and hardened steel lockbar insert. A matte black anodized aluminum backspacer adds a handsome decorative touch. The black Teflon®-coated pocketclip lets you carry the ZT comfortably every day.


Reliks Product ID 6488
Manufacturer SKU 0460
Blade Length 3.25"
Blade Thickness .121"
Full Length 7.5"
Length Closed 4.4"

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"Very compact little folder, good for EDC, very sharp out of the box and very attractive. The handle is a bit small but usable in a variety of ways: For precision work one can hold it with the index finger on top of the blade near the point. Lock-up feels secure. Note: One has to not apply any pressure to the locking bar as this makes using the flipper to open the blade almost impossible, this is worse for a lefty, but the work around is to hold the folder with the left thumb on the narrow part of the locking bar near the end of the knife to avoid putting any pressure on the locking bar, this seem to be true with most if not all frame locks."