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Smith & Wesson (Blue) Aluminum Tactical Pen

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Part Number: SWPENBL
Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Knives
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SWPENBL: Tactical Pen - Blue
Smith & Wesson

We, at the KnifeCenter, feel that these tactical pens by Smith & Wesson are a great value! They serve the same purpose as other tactical pens that are 3-4 times its price. They write very smoothly and can be used as a self-defense tool. Best of all, they look great and are very reasonably priced!
  • Overall Length: 5.7" (14.5 cm)
  • CNC machined 6061 Airorated Aluminum
  • German Hauser Parker Ball point pen refill
  • Anodized
  • Uses Hauser pen refill
  • Made in Taiwan
Replacement pen refill by Hauser can be found here.

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Smith & Wesson Tactical Pens.
Aluminum Handles
Aluminum Handles
A solid, lightweight material that can be molded, textured or anodized to provide better grip under extreme conditions.
4.679 (28 reviews)
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3 out of 5
Dan
West Bend, WI
Dec 27, 2013
Pros: Materials, Durability, Overall Quality
Cons: None
S&W Tactical pen
Purchased on sale without really knowing what to expect. Pen end needs to be unscrewed to access writing point inside. Has a little weight to it. Fit and finish are quite good. Writes fine.
5 out of 5
Mike
Down Under
Apr 03, 2013
Pros: Durability, Refill Quality, Materials, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Excellent
S&W Tatcical pen is a brilliantly ribust little pen. Closed it would function ideally as a PDA stylus, as well as writing very well due to high quality fisher ink refils. The biggest improvement on S&Ws first model i sthe fact taht the pen screws into the cap solidly. Th e original S&W tac pen was just held in place by a plastic clip that felt flimsy in the hand.
5 out of 5
Astronomer 1
Chesterfield, VA
Aug 18, 2012
Pros: Durability, Materials, Overall Quality
Cons: Refill Quality, None
An excellent value--well-made
I tried out the Benchmade tactical pen in stainless steel and titanium. For me, both were very heavy and uncomfortable, particularly while writing. I did not compare the Benchmade aluminum version to the Smith and Wesson for weight and comfort. However, the S&W model is much more comfortable while writing because of its rounded barrel. If you compare it to the Benchmade's fluted grip area, you'll see what I mean. The Benchmade cap snaps securely both open and closed with an internal o-ring fitting, and the S&W cap simply unscrews. Unlike other reviewers, I had no difficulty with turning the cap friction-tight to close the pen and it did not unscrew. Similarly, I had no problem with the cap falling off while writing--friction worked perfectly. The S&W pen lacks the attractive knurling found on the Benchmade, but the machined grooves on the S&W serve equally well. More importantly, the fluting and points on the business ends of both pens are similar, and appear to be equally strong and effective. The pocket clip on the S&W gripped shirt pocket material very tightly. This made the pen difficult to place in my pocket, and over time, would prematurely wear out the shirt material. I have been bending the clip back and this has reduced the pressure to more appropriate levels. I would prefer a "sanitized" version of the clip. The Smith and Wesson logo attracts more attention than necessary. The Benchmade pen also carries a logo, with the same detrimental effect. The S&W factory refill left blobs of ink all over the page and on my hands. I replaced it with a Fisher Space Pen refill (along with the plastic adapter that accompanies the refill). The fit was perfect and the Fisher refill is outstanding. At approximately one-quarter the cost of the Benchmade, the S&W is a great value and provides some unobtrusive extra security. I plan to buy more of them as gifts.
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