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Festina Lente
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Trying to remember, there is some saying about first admitting you have a problem?

ZTs seem to be taking over my folding knife drawer.




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Your making me feel inadequate in that I only have one - the black tiger stripe one in your photo.
 
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It's an easy addiction to get! Very high quality knives at reasonable prices.


Remember, this is all supposed to be for fun...................
 
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What model number is that second from the bottom?


the handle?... it's Latin for "Lover of the Bow".
 
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I see the problem, your missing a ZT0562CF....hehe


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What model number is that second from the bottom?


Looks like a black version ZT0770CF, which would possibly be a ZT0770BLKCF or ZT0770CFBLK
 
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ZT0770CFM4 (CPM M4 steel for the blade)



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At one time, I also had the ZT sickness pretty badly.

For the last couple years, most of their new models have been flipper-only. With all the dislocations and fractures I've had in the past, I prefer thumbstuds.

Sold one a couple years ago, and lost another (ZT 0200...how the hell can someone lose one that big??), but still have 8 on hand.

Ever since autos were legalized here a few years ago, my sickness seems to have migrated.



pardon any typos...fat fingers and smart phones don't always play well together
 
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I have a ZT addiction as well and I find it's best to just lean into it. I usually pick up one a year, whatever my favorite is of the new releases. If it doesn't trip my trigger, I'll just sell it.
 
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Yeah, I'm with you on ZTs. Always been an Emerson guy but then my son gifted me the ZT 0620 in ELMAX while the Karambit was away at the spa. Pretty much a better Emerson, go figure. That led to a 0900 and 0450CF, and thinking the 0770CF soon. Wouldn't mind a 0900CF, if ever produced...
Still always have the Emerson Karambit on me for immediate SD but for all other knife matters, a ZT is first in hand.


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SIGs, BHPs, CZ PCRs, HKs, 1911s, S&W 625-3 45 ACP, HK/Benelli M1S90, Colts 6721/LE6920, Steyr SBSs, Emerson and ZT Knives, Rubicons, Harleys & APBTs
 
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with such an addiction, I expect that as a week and more has passed, that there's another ZT member to the umm, family, by now?

--chris



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