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Smith & Wesson Military & Police Tactical Pen Aluminum
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- CNC Machined Black T6061 Aircraft Aluminum, Pop Off Pen Cap with Lanyard Hole and Pocket Clip
- Includes One Schmidt P900M Parker Style Black Ball Point Ink Cartridge
- Overall Length: 6.1 inch (15.5 cm) Weight: 0.06 pounds
- Matte black finish
- Screw on and off cap
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Machined out of 6061 type III hard anodized aluminum, this Smith & Wesson Military Police pen with a ball point black ink cartridge and a black pocket clip with the Smith & Wesson logo and name laser engraved on it. This pen uses a snap-on cap to cover the writing tip. Uses common Parker or Hauser ink cartridges available at office supply stores.
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I've read some of the reviews and I think some of them feel this pen is supposed to magically turn them into a martial arts expert. It won't!!!!
This pen is solid and will punch a hole in soft tissue if necessary. If you miss your intended target and still hit the attacker, I'm sure it'll leave a mark.
I rarely use this to write with since its a pretty good size writing utensil and the cap is pretty hard to get off with gloves on. But I really didn't want it as a pen anyways.
You never know what's going to happen during your day but its better to be prepared and have atleast something to aid in your defense. It can hide in plain view by looking like a big metal pen until you might need it.
In some cities they have banned citizens from carrying mace, knives, kubatons etc. Haven't seen one that has banned pens!
Now let's get down to the reason why most of us bought the pen the tactical side of the item. The pen is about the a quarter inch longer than the average pen so it fits in a pocket a fairly easily in a shirt. The cap pops on and off and fits on the any end of the shaft of the instrument so you can use the pen tactically even when writing. The pen feels solid in the hand but there is a little play where the cap and the pen meet. The point on the pen is good. It will illicit a reaction when used with a lot less effort than other pens. It is also easy to establish a good grip on the pen when using it in a tactical manner whether it be a hammer grip, upward grip, or a palm assisted straight grip.
Overall it is not too bad. I have used it in training sessions and I am getting fast reactions when pushing on pressure points because of how pointy the item is. If you have to use it you will most like break skin when using full force. The item was docked one star for the play in the cap and the look. I feel over time the play will get worse thus rendering the item useless but I am not sure how long that will take, and the item looks more like a weapon than an actual pen.
I see two big problems with this pen: the ink started showing problems very quickly, consistently failing to write; I have not replaced the refill yet, but I really didn't expect it to present problems so quickly (less than a year with not much use as a pen);
The second problem is the cap: it became loose too soon. The material is already showing some wear, and the cap keeps falling when I have the pen inside my pocket.
To keep this short: I would not buy this pen again. Soon I'll try the other model, with a screw cap.
Most recent customer reviews
seems like a piece is missing?