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Zero Tolerance Challenge Coin, Struck Brass with Gold Plating (Includes One Coin) - ZT-CHALLENGE-COIN

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Part Number: ZTCOIN
Manufacturer: Zero Tolerance Knives
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ZTCOIN: Challenge Coin
Zero Tolerance Knives
This double-sided struck brass Challenge Coin is plated with Gold and reads "Serious Missions/Serious Knives" on one side and "Performance Driven/Duty-Ready" on the other. It is 2" wide by 1-3/8" tall and weights 0.8 ounces. Includes one coin.

The origin of the Challenge Coin is still up for debate but it's purpose is not. It signifies a special achievement or membership within a specialized organization. Believed to originate from World War I with the Army Air Corp, now the Air Force, coins were given to each member of a Squadron for their brave service. It became common practice for these coins to be carried on their persons at all time. They're dubbed "Challenge Coins" as members may challenge one another to display their coins at any time. If you fail to produce your coin, the round of drinks falls onto you and if you do have your coin, the drinks are on the challenger. An awesome way to show your devotion and a tradition as American as apple pie.
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Roger Co
Rio Rico, AZ
Mar 07, 2014
Pros: Effectiveness, Materials, Durability, Design, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Great coin
Since my Every Day Carry is a ZT-301 I got from Knife, I also carry the ZT Challenge Coin, every day. Bought one a couple of years ago, when I got my ZT-301, but recently lost it. Had to have another. My ZT-301 is similar to the one Gibbs carries on NCIS, and is the best-made knife I have carried. It's big, bad, sturdy and extra sharp. The only difference is mine is green because I'm US Army (Retired Sergeant First Class) and Gibbs' knife is tan because he was a Marine. The coin is excellent quality and my last one showed literally no wear from a year in a pocket with coins, etc. I'm impressed with the quality products and service I get from KnifeCenter. com
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Stanleytown Va.
Jun 29, 2012
Pros: Design, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: None
nice coin
this a nice challenge coin to add to your display case full of your zt knives! It is a bit on the larger but thats not a bad thing! can't beat it for the price!
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