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Zero Tolerance Emerson Folding Blade Knife w/ Black Carbon Fiber & Titanium Handle - 0620CF

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Zero Tolerance and Emerson Knives put their hard-use heads together to create the new 0620CF.

It features a blade of Böhler M390 powdered steel blade in a modified tanto style. With its high chromium and vanadium content, M390 offers good wear resistance with excellent corrosion resistance. This powdered metallurgy stainless steel takes a razor edge and holds it well. It can also be polished to a mirror finish and is very tough. A combined finish of stonewash and satin provides a handsome look.

Of course, the 0620CF features the patented Emerson "wave shaped feature" that enables the knife to be opened as it is removed from the pocket. By the time the knife has been fully withdrawn from the pocket, the blade is deployed and ready for use. A small wave-shaped tab on the top of the blade is built to catch on the pocket seam, opening the knife as it comes out of the pocket. This Emerson instant-open feature is a favorite among military, rescue, and law enforcement knife users.

The handle features a carbon fiber front scale with a stonewashed titanium back. Blade lock up is ensured with a sturdy frame lock. Hardened steel inserts in the lockbar make it extra durable.


- Made in the USA

- "Wave shaped opening feature"

- Thumb disk for manual opening

- Reversible clip (left/right)

- Frame lock, hardened steel lockbar inserts

- Steel: CTS-204P, stonewashed and satin finish

- Handle: Carbon fiber front, stonewashed titanium back

- Blade Length: 3.6 in. (9.1 cm)

- Closed Length: 4.9 in. (12.4 cm)

- Weight: 6.2 oz. (177 g)


Blade Finish:
Blade Length:
3.6 in.
Blade Steel:
CTS-204P Stainless
Blade Thickness:
5/32 in.
Blade Type:
Modified Tanto
left/right, tip-up
Closed Length:
4.9 in.
Handle Material:
Black Carbon Fiber & Titanium
Knife Style:
Folding Blade
Knife Weight:
6.2 oz
Lock Type:
Frame Lock
Open Length:
8.5 in.

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