|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 0.2 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||TPENAK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Columbia River Knife and Tool TPENAK Elishewitz Tao Pen Tactical Pen
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- Made of the highest quality materials
- Test for performance and durability
- Used by service people worldwide
- Impact crown on the cap can be used to strike
- Pointed butt of pen may be used to thrust or provide a disabling pressure point
- Pen point may be thrust for penetration in soft tissue
- Pen made of 6061 aluminum precision machined and hard anodized
- Fully functional writing instruments use the Fisher Space Pen ball point cartridge which is pressurized design developed for NASA
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-The outer black paint rubs off very quickly. I carry this pen in my front pants pocket (I wear cargo pants made of a poly twill blend) and within a month's time there's wear marks on the cap threading and along one side of the body of the pen. I would think the pen should be made of stronger stuff than this. Disappointing.
I suspect the other reviewer has cross threaded his pen somehow or hasn't turned it hard enough to
get past the friction induced by the rubber o-ring that seals the pen, which occurs at about one and a half turns.
It's a pretty decent pen.. very rigid, and could quite possibly be used for self defense.. It takes about 6 spins to remove the cap. There is an o-ring that the cap presses against when you put the cap on. It isn't present though when you put the cap on the rear-side of the pen.
I am a little surprised though at the clip. I pulled it out about an 1/8th of an inch to feel the tension and the bugger is now sprung a little.. I'm glad I didn't bend it further or this sucker would go back to Amazon..
Another thing I am surprised with is the tip of the refill barely protrudes through it's opening. I clipped a very small piece of plastic and inserted it below the refill to push it out a tiny bit and that seems to work but wouldn't you think the pen would be made to fit its refills?
Anyway, I've only carried it for a few days and the finish has not one mark on it yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Solid piece of work and reasonable price. As mentioned by another reviewer, the heads of screws for the pocket clip do not line up perfectly with the holes in the clip. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Purchaser
Nice pen, it don't look like a tactical pen. Put together real well , ,thepaint is still on it good been carrying around in pocket for about a month. Read morePublished 10 months ago by ricky p kirchner
i bought this as a functional pen that could also act as a weapon if necessary. I was disappointed to find you had to spend more if you wanted to write with it. Ink costs extra.Published 10 months ago by Tjecontact
When I got the pen, I was amazed at how good the quality is. It has a fair amount of weight to it, but I think that it writes better because of that. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jason Smith
Having to unscrew the cap takes time, but this is a pretty subtle pen. An additional bonus is that, where I live, accidental pen thieving happens frequently, and this pen is heavy... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brandon