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#6 – Zero Tolerance 0560 tactical, very rugged, smooth as silk operation, uniquely
machined G10 handle attached to Ti Frame on front side, machined Ti
handle/frame back side, excellent craftsmanship, Elmax steel blade, R. Hinderer
design, made in USA…..Folks for the money, it just doesn’t get much better than
this.  I highly recommend this knife.

 

#7 – Benchmade 790 Subrosa assisted opener, S30V steel blade, very good craftsmanship, strong and worthy knife.  Less than ideal griping/jibbing, and somewhat difficult blade retraction.  (Reference my review of this knife)

 

#8 – Boker Anso 67 Folding Knife G10/Titanium Scales, Overall Length: 7.625", Blade Length 3.50", N690BO Steel Blade.  Very good knife for the money.  From a personal perspective, I love this type of handle contouring.

 

 

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Comment by Stanley May on January 27, 2014 at 20:32

Yeah, I bought a Warren Thomas custom some time ago that actually has a titanium blade that has carbide deposited on the edge where it is sharpened and used.  Titanium of course is too soft to hold an edge. The rest of the knife is made of titanium and G10.  Very light weight as you can imagine.  I need to post a pic of it.

Comment by Jan Carter on January 27, 2014 at 19:11

so anything new in the Titanium world?

Comment by Stanley May on January 27, 2014 at 18:47

Thank you Terry.  That ZT 0560 is an awesome knife.


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Comment by Terry Ray on January 27, 2014 at 16:06

The ZT is awesome , !


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Comment by Terry Ray on January 27, 2014 at 16:05

This is a beautiful knife, LOVE it

Comment by Brad T. on June 24, 2013 at 9:54

Ron,

That is a Warren Thomas Sinraptor. It has a "Fingerprint" anodize on the Titanium handle and clip. The blade is a 154CM and G10 laminate with a Chisel gind. The back handle is a CNC'd G10. I bought in the Fall of last year. It was a pre-release special edition. I posted a front and back shot on Stanley's next post.

Comment by Ron Cooper on June 22, 2013 at 21:32

Brad that is a very impressive assortment of expensive titanium knives. (That's putting it mildly)

Maybe I missed it, but what is the one with the darkest blade that somewhat resembles a diving shark? It is the only one whose frame is resting upon the block of wood.

Comment by Stanley May on June 22, 2013 at 20:10

Brad, you're killing me.  What an outstanding collection of titaniums.  I like them all, especially the two gold class Benchmades.  Luckily drool won't phase titanium.  Thanks for sharing.

Comment by Brad T. on June 21, 2013 at 18:27

Family pic.

Comment by Brad T. on June 21, 2013 at 10:38

Per the BM press release:

750-101
Damasteel USA Infinity pattern blade
Titanium monolock handle with
contoured and hand blended black carbon fiber inlays
Titanium backspacer anodized bronze
DLC finished hardware and clip
Limited run of 200 pieces

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