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Schrade SCPENG Tactical, Pen Grey

by Schrade

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  • 5.7" overall length
  • CNC machined 6061 aircraft aluminum
  • screw-on/off cap
  • Hauser Parker ball point pen cartridge included
  • Matte Grey finish
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SCPENG
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions6.7 x 2.1 x 1.1 inches
OriginTaiwan
Item model numberSCPENG
ColorBlack
MaterialAluminum
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects
  
Additional Information
ASINB002CQXM1Y
Best Sellers Rank #75,503 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 2, 2004
  
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A durable yet functional writing instrument.

Product Description

5.7 in. green tactical pen made from CNC machined 6061 aircraft aluminum.ATTRIBUTES Color: Gun Metal Gray Ink Color: Black Material: Machined Aluminum Refills: Parker Ball Point Special Features: Type III Hard Anodized

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The Fisher Space pen refill with the adapter is also a perfect fit.
Floor Matt
It has a solid feel to it, and it looks great, with a balance of elegance and ruggedness.
Squints
No doubt in my mind that it would not be fun getting poked with this thing.
Ricardo

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. Fitzsimon on November 30, 2009
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Good heavy feel, great craftsmanship. I added loctite to the clip screws as recommended on some other posts. The threading on the shaft is smooth and allows all three parts to marry cleanly. The pen accepts a Parker pen refill cartridge. The overall look is pleasing (doesn't look like a weapon,) and while the pen should be about .5-1 inch longer, the current size is a good compromise. Great buy at twice the price.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Blue Moon on October 15, 2009
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It's not a bad tactical pen. It's strong, lightweight, but could use a rubber O-ring just to keep the cap secure in the event that the pen has to be used while open for defense. I was a little disappointed that it was listed as gold-colored like the S&W and Benchmade but came in the standard grey. I was hoping it was a picture error. It writes decently and should not give you any trouble that way. I also have a surefire and the difference between price is obvious, however, if I had not had the surefire one first, I would be satisfied with it. I'm sure it will find its way into my regular carry stuff.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo on September 27, 2011
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Complaints aside, the "pen" is pretty darned solid. No doubt in my mind that it would not be fun getting poked with this thing. Read further and you will likely decide that there are better options.

To the uninitiated, this is simply a grey pen that looks a little on the chunky side. To those who understand what it can be used for, it sticks out like a sore thumb. For instance, I would not try bringing this pen on a commericial aircraft as the TSA will probably confiscate it. Playing dumb will likely result in a bigger hassle than it's worth so either leave it home or put it in your checked baggage.

As for it being a pen, all that I can say is that it's capable of making marks on paper. It's not very comfortable to hold, but I've had worse. The refill that it comes with tends to skip, but it's easily replaced with a Parker "Gel" refill. It's possible that the Fischer "Spacepen" refill will fit but I haven't tried it.

However, what makes this pen useless to me is its cap. It certainly screws on to close the pen very nicely. The problem is what happens to it when you want to use the pen. Short of slamming the cap onto the top of the pen by banging it on something solid, it will not stay there. Whoever designed this thing is a total idiot. Sorry, but I can think of no other way to say it. This is not high technology. Pens have come with caps for decades and every one that I have ever owned was capable of staying on the pen while in use.....except for this one.

After using this pen for a few minutes, I defy anyone not draw the same conclusion. If the cap does not stay on the pen, what do you do with it? As I see it, there are 2 options. 1)You can set it aside and risk losing it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JNieporte TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 12, 2013
The Schrade is 5-3/4" long and just under 1/2" thick at the cap. The entire pen is made of 6061 aluminum, and the machining is good for the price. The anodizing is nicely done, and seems to be a Type II. If the pen rubs against coins or other metal surfaces, the anodizing will wear off quickly. The pen comes with a black Hauser cartridge; Hauser is a decent enough ink, while Schrade could have went with a cheap, no-name ink cartridge. Kudos to Schrade. A Fisher Space Pen refill will work with this pen, but you'll need some sort of spacer added to the back. It will have to be 3/8" long; I just trim a piece from a large pencil eraser.

The pen's cap unscrews to use as a writing instrument; the threads are cut fine, and it requires two revolutions to unscrew the cap. The cap has a black pocket clip screwed in, which has the Schrade logo lasered on. If you don't want the logo showing, just unscrew the pocket clip (it uses a Torx driver, size T-6, and there are two screws) and put a piece of black electrical tape over the logo. Put a drop of LocTite on the threads and screw the clip back on. When clipped to a pocket, about 5/8" of the pen sticks out. The top of the cap is flat. The cap will fit on the pen while writing, using friction.

The body of the pen has five sections of fluting, and they do a good job of providing grip without ripping up your hands. However, they tend to dig into your fingers under lengthy use. The tip of the pen ends in a point, but it's not sharp and won't wear your pockets down easily. The pen unscrews to refill, and takes about 6 revolutions to get off. It doesn't unscrew by itself, unlike some of the other cheap tactical pens.

In terms of actual defensive use, the Schrade pen performs as advertised.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeff M on May 14, 2012
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This is a great little pen. Very well built and the pieces fit together perfectly. I put in a Uniball refill that I had to cut the end off of, but that was no big deal. I also took about 15 seconds to cut a piece of plastic to fit in the cap to act as an o-ring. I really didn't have to do this, but I saw other reviewers complain about this so I thought I would see how easy it is to fix. I don't understand why people are rating it lower because it doesn't have this. It's a tactical pen, and you can't figure out how to make the cap stay on? Geez.
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