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Smith & Wesson SWPENBL Tactical Pen, Blue

4.5 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
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  • 5.7" overall, 1.4 ounces
  • T6061 aircraft aluminum
  • Screw on/off cap
  • Utilizes Parker and Hauser ink cartridge (included)
  • Blue finish
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Product Description

Product Description

Blue pen made from T6061 Aircraft aluminum. 5.7 in. overallATTRIBUTES Color: Blue Ink Color: Black Material: Machined Aluminum Refills: Parker Ball Point Special Features: Anodized

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This stylish tactical pen is machined from T6061 aircraft aluminim.

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Technical Details

Part Number SWPENBL
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 1 x 2 x 2 inches
Item model number SWPENBL
Color Blue
Material Aluminum
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Pieces 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description Limited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects

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ASIN B002CQZNQG
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4.5 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #184,458 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#1,023 in Office Products > Educational Supplies > Writing & Correction Supplies > Pens & Refills > Fountain Pens
#120,311 in Office Products > Office Supplies
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 2, 2004

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By William Potter on January 29, 2011
I will be reviewing this as a self defense tool rather than as a writing instrument.

Similar to a standard kubotan but with a pointed end very similar to a small lance tip this thing will PENETRATE rather than apply pressure upon striking so it really along the lines of a small push dagger or other blade.
It's advantages over a tool like the Cold Steel Urban Pal or similar dagger is that it can be drawn very quickly since it isn't sheathed and it looks like a normal pen in your pocket.
If your idea of self defense is shanking an attacker up in an Old Skool Prison sort of way then this is your ticket!!
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By JNieporte on September 12, 2013
Note: Schrade also makes a pen just like this, called the SCPENBL instead of the Smith & Wesson SWPENBL. They're the same pen, made in the same factory for Taylor Cutlery, except one has Schrade markings and the other has Smith & Wesson markings.

The S&W pen 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 S&W could have went with a cheap, no-name ink cartridge. Kudos. 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 Smith & Wesson 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.
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By Nene on October 14, 2012
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Excellent tactical pen for what is being charged for it. Bought one in blue and will be adding a few more to my collection. For the money they are hard to beat.
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The pen cap is not made to be "posted" on the top. There isnt an O-ring or threading to screw the cap on. Its only meant to screw closed, and to screw off. If you want a pen that has a cap that stays on the back, get the other Smith and Wesson Model, the Smith and Wesson M&P Tactical Pen.
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great pen overall. the hauser cartridge on mine started to leak after a while, but a fisher space pen cartridge with adapter works great in it. ive had the pen for a few years now, and it is still reliable. the guy i bought it from said that he was able to take one through airport security at one point, so theres another plus.
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As other reviewers have commented, this tactical pen is well designed and manufactured. I purchased a Fisher space pen refill along with it and replaced the included ink cartridge immediately. The only drawback I found is the conspicuous Smith & Wesson logo on the pocket clip. It seems to me that the benefit of carrying a tactical pen is that it can be easily concealed in a shirt pocket while being readily accessible. Placing a logo like "Smith & Wesson" on such device seems counter-intuitive. Why draw attention to the fact that you have a Smith & Wesson product in your pocket? For those of us that work in a mixed business environment, any type of weapon would be frowned upon to say the least, so drawing attention to a "tactical" pen doesn't make much sense. An engraved black on black logo would be much more preferred, or possibly a simple logo on the cap of the pen rather than the more prominent clip.

In summary, this is an excellent, low cost tactical pen. Makes it difficult to justify purchasing one of the more expensive competing products out there.
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This is a very nice pen but it does have a dangerous flaw.
I keep this pen clipped on the inside of my pocket all the time. It is indeed a very solid pen, however twice I have unclipped it from my pocket only to find a cap in my hand and the pen in the bottom of my pocket. This would have been very bad if I was in a situation where I needed my pen. I have since added some Teflon tape to the threads and it appears to have fixed the problem, but I wish they would have added a oring or something to prevent this (it would have also made the pen waterproof too which would have been cool). I still prefer it over a standard pull cap as I feel that might get uncapped in a rough situation.
If you don't like the Smith and Wesson logo you may be able to remove it with nail polish remover. The ink quality is mediocre, but it takes a popular replacement so you can buy high quality inserts if you want.
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