|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 0.3 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||SWPENMP2BK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Smith and Wesson SWPENMP2BK M and P 2nd Generation Tactical Pen, Black
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The pen feels very strong and reliable. Its size is an excellent compromise between its designated use as a self-defense weapon and the need to look like a regular pen. It's quite a bit thicker than normal pens, but this property gives it a very comfortable grip. Also, its wavy shape enhances the grip even further. If it was smooth, it would slide out of your hand when you hit something with it, unless you grab it real hard, and that requires practise. In terms of length, it's slightly a bit longer than regular pens, but definitely not too long.
Writing with it is quite comfortable. The ink refills work great and it's easy to replace them. Though, due to its higher weight compared to a regular pen, as well as its higher center-of-mass, I wouldn't choose this pen to write a whole essay. Still, it would be possible to do so.
The pocket clip is quite strong, maybe even a bit too strong. You might have a hard time to 'draw' the pen out of the pocket quickly, especially if it's all the way in. If you want, you can unscrew it using an allen key. I would still keep it though, as it makes this pen look more like a regular pen.
I practiced it a bit on the trunk of a pine tree, and I recommend everyone who buys a tactical pen (or a Kubotan) to do so. You might be surprised of how important it is to hold the pen firmly as you strike. If you don't, it can easily slip out of your hand on the first strike. I am actually considering buying another one, just for practise. This way one pen will endure all the wear from the practice, and the other one will be for 'real' use.Read more ›
ALSO ... The tension spring, that comes with this pen is VERY tight on the FISHER REFILL cartridge point so YOU NEED TO PUSH HARD AND SCREW THE SPRING ALL THE WAY ONTO THE REFILL CARTRIDGE. Then ... INCLUDE THE PLASTIC SPACER/ADAPTER which increases the length of the FISHER cartridge and makes it compatible with this pen.
The SMOOTH, FLAT CAP is much better (IMO) as a layman's fighting tool because you can place your thumb on the cap for maximum leverage, while thrusting and stabbing, in a panic-response situation. Other tactical pens have a sharply pointed glass-breaker or a "DNA cup" or a sharp "crenellated" crown, on one end ... This leaves nowhere to place your thumb, for optimal thrusting leverage.
SO ... No matter if this pen is open (in use) or closed (for carry), you will have BOTH a sharp point AND a flat cap that is securely screwed onto the body ... zero chance of failure with VERY INTUITIVE ERGONOMICS and BOMB-PROOF physical integrity.
DEDUCTING ONE STAR because the screw threads are just a little bit uncomfortable if you choke-up your grip on the tip, while writing. This is not painful but might annoy some people, if they need to write several pages in a single, long session.
Really, it is a fighting tool, first and a pen, second but, with the FISHER INSERT, it will write any-WHERE ... any-TIME ... In any position ... in the rain ... under water ...Read more ›
["I've only had this thing a few days now, but it was love at first sight! What can I say? It's made in the USA by Smith & Wesson... Since when is that not good? After reading FAR too many reviews of "Tactical Pens" and watching WAY too many videos on You Tube about deploying them, I decided on this "pen". Sure you can spend a whole lot more, but why?
This pen is not only wonderfully designed (Google "Kubaton") and solidly made of 6061 T-6 aircraft aluminum, but it's built like the "Proverbial Brick S*!?house"! The size and weight are PERFECT, any smaller/longer/lighter/heavier would compromise the device.
Yeah, I'd rather that Smith & Wesson didn't emblazon their logo on the pocket clip and the top of the cap... Seriously though, I know who made the pen, do I really need to advertise it to a potential mugger or a LEO (cop) or whatever? Probably NOT! That being said, by the time somebody can read the pen's logo, either he or she has just walked by minding their own business, or they're a bad guy, hell bent on trouble, in which case they've just encountered a deterrent.
(NOTE: For more information, be sure to check out the most popular posts by "Tal, Israel")
As an aside... I bought this pen as a tactical self defense weapon, not to write my next novel... I really don't care if the cap is hard to remove (that's why it's waterproof)... Or if the pocket clip is REALLY strong (do you really want a weaker clip so that it falls out of you pocket?) Or if the ink is not the best... Bloody hell, I DID NOT buy this pen as the ultimate writing tool. All I care about is that to an observer, it's a pen and it actually writes...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ive been using this thing for over a year and I have to say it is great. I will say this tho mine is no longer functional as a pen really. Read morePublished 4 days ago by daniel robinson
great tactical pen, well built, good quality, ink is very solid and durable, only a little pricey for this piece.Published 5 days ago by cailiqingsheng
Great Pen--Dual purpose, I have one my wife has one and my daughter has one.Published 6 days ago by Barnet Neel
Love this tactical pen! Strong pen with a strong clip that won't come off. Previously purchased a cheaper tactical pen that came apart in my pocket and I ended up losing half of... Read morePublished 16 days ago by deputycliff
Very good quality, east to carry. My only wish is that it looked a little more like a normal pen - it screams "tactical".Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Nice tactical pen. High quality materials and craftsmanship. Though it's a little less covert than others on the market, it serves its purpose well.Published 1 month ago by Jared H.
This pen is scary. I can't imaging getting hit with is anywhere on the body. It isn"t sharp at the business end like I expected so you can carry it in your pocket without... Read morePublished 1 month ago by glenn davis