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Online Auction of Zero Tolerance Knives to Benefit Sniper Chris Kyle and Friend Chad Littlefield
Auction Starts Today, Runs Through April 4th, Includes Zero Tolerance 0561 Autographed by Knife Designer Rick Hinderer
By: Kai USA & Zero Tolerance Knives
The auction includes an impressive collection of eight hard-use tactical knives including a Zero Tolerance 0561. The 0561 was designed by renowned custom knifemaker Rick Hinderer in collaboration with Zero Tolerance. The blade of this very special 0561 is engraved with Rick Hinderer's autograph; the knife is serial number 2124.
The auction is a collaboration of organizations dedicated to informing and supporting the families of Special Forces service men and women who have been lost in both foreign and domestic wars.
Bidding starts March 27, 2013 at noon PDT and continues until April 4, 2013 at 11:59 pm PDT.
The auction, hosted by BiddingForGood.com, will take place online at
In addition to a premium quality Zero Tolerance knife, the winner bidder will take home a Tactical T-Shirts Seal Team 3 “The Legend” Chris Kyle shirt and a Zero Tolerance baseball cap, and an Operation Hawkeye Patch as additional bonuses.
On Saturday, February 2, 2013, Kyle and Littlefield were shot and killed at the Rough Creek Lodge shooting range in Erath County, Texas by 25-year-old fellow veteran Eddie Ray Routh, whom Kyle and Littlefield had purportedly taken to the gun range in an effort to help him with his post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The proceeds of this auction will go directly to benefit the family of Chad Littlefield in memory of his friend Chief Petty Officer and for Navy Seal Sniper Chris Kyle and to assist Red Circle Foundation and Operation Hawkeye.
About Zero Tolerance Knives
A brand of Kai USA Ltd., Zero Tolerance was established in 2006 to market made-in-the-
About Red Circle Foundation
The Red Circle Foundation's mission is to provide gap funding for Special Operations families in need.
About SOFREP (Special Operations Forces Situation Report)
SOFREP provide information about military operations from the warrior's point of view and supports a variety of charities benefitting military.
About Operation Hawkeye/CK17
Started by a 12-year-old young man, Operation Hawkeye's mission is to rally emotional and financial support for the families of the fallen through sport and in conjunction with other non-profit organizations.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 27, 2013