Mil-Tac Tactical Defense Pen II 5-7/8" Red Anodized Aluminum - TDP2-004

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MILTDP2004: Tactical Defense Pen II, Red
Mil-Tac Knives and Tools
Mil Tac Tactical Defense Pen 2. 5-7/8" overall. Red anodized aircraft-grade aluminum construction with interchangeable stainless tip, lanyard hole and stainless fittings. Features O-ring gasket sealed cap that now can be screwed onto the back of the pen's barrel. O-ring ribs on the body for secure, comfortable writing. Black ink. Bead blast finish stainless pocket clip on cap. The cap provides an almost flat surface that allows the thumb to conveniently "cap" the end to prevent the grip slippage during dynamic use with a hammer-fist grip. One end is pointed, which could be used as an effective defense tool. Also includes a black polymer interchangeable stylus tip.
  • Overall Length: 5-7/8"
  • Finish: Red Anodized Aluminum
  • Weight: 1.3 oz.
  • Made in the USA

UPC Code: 016791

Aluminum Handles
Aluminum Handles
A solid, lightweight material that can be molded, textured or anodized to provide better grip under extreme conditions.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Rw Estela
Jan 02, 2016
Pros: Materials, Durability, None
Cons: Refill Quality
Don't plan on rapid angles . . .
As w/ my other tactical pens (Microtech Siphon II, Burke, et al), this Mil-Tac is one of my all-purpose writing utensils, from jotting notes in my Rite in the Rain Memo Book to keeping my other journals up to date to cutting checks and signing other documents. Its O-rings make the pen easy and comfortable to grip; the cap fits well and stays on snugly, and the clip keeps the pen securely pocketed. The pen, so far, as even managed to not wander off or otherwise become lost, despite my loaning it to a hapless student during a final exam when her own pen ran out of ink. One caveat, however, concerns the ink cartridge the pen came w/, the tip of which does not work well when held at an oblique angle to the page or when attempting to render letters in a flourish (I learned this while attempting my usual signature -- and therefore no longer use this pen to write checks, for example, or sign documents, a significant limitation in my customarily conducting business). I'm hoping a different cartridge replacement will remedy those issues.
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