Kershaw Inverse Fixed Blade Polymer Knife vs Zero Tolerance Anso 0235 Slip-Joint Knife Carbon

  • Made for novelty use
  • Tiny, so not very useful for self-defense
  • Last ditch back up item
  • Great for everyday use
  • Not scary to someone who sees you use it as a tool
  • Lightweight
  • Cuts like a dream
  • Blade geometry

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Kershaw Inverse Fixed Blade Polymer Knife
Kershaw 1397 Inverse - Black Polyphenylene
Overview Specifications Write Review As an entry in the experimental Project ATOM series, the Inverse is a Kershaw like no other. This fixed blade has a blunt edge and no blade steel. It is made with a strong polyphenylene sulfide plastic (PPS) and glass fiber combo material
PositivePositive
5 months ago
countryknives.com
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Zero Tolerance Anso 0235 Slip-Joint Knife Carbon
Classy knife & excellent quality
I own a LOT of knives from all of the best manufacturers. This ZT is excellent and a nice departure from the company’s usual overbuilt tactical monstrosities (although those can be cool too). This model makes a lot of sense as an everyday carry (EDC). It’s small, lightweight, the steel is suberb (se...
5/5
Mike Ryan
10 months ago
amazon.com
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