ATOMIC BEAR Tactical Pen – Self Defense Pen and Window Breaker – Used in Police and Military Gear – Best Defense Ballpoint Pens with Free pouch and 2nd ink refill

July 22, 2018 - Comment

Are you frustrated to see your self-defense weapons prohibited in a growing number of locations? It is still a dangerous World. This is why every smart citizen needs to carry an effective and useful everyday defense tool that remain un-noticed. This elegant pen is made for double-duty. Use it daily as an extra safety layer

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Are you frustrated to see your self-defense weapons prohibited in a growing number of locations? It is still a dangerous World. This is why every smart citizen needs to carry an effective and useful everyday defense tool that remain un-noticed.

This elegant pen is made for double-duty. Use it daily as an extra safety layer for emergency. Premium design and high quality material.

Ink cartridges

Dark black. Smooth writing. Won’t bleed through. Smear-proof ink. Writes when wet. Ink quickly dries with a consistent ink flow. Replace the refill with our top quality refills: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XRV44K6/
To replace the ink cartridge, get a parker ballpoint refill (one extra included), unscrew the writing end of the pen, remove the cartridge and the little spring, insert the spring onto the new refill ballpoint end, insert the refill and the spring back and screw the pen.
Note: Fisher space pen refill fits perfectly.

Carrying pouch

The exclusive one-action-grip pouch attaches to belts up to 3 inches wide. It quickly opens with a Velcro flap. Open the pouch and grasp the pen in one movement. It is made of 300D nylon fabric and resistant stitches.

Smashing End

The impact end of the pen can break glass, ceramic and metal. We used an extreme hardness superalloy called tungsten carbide.

Solid Grip

The S.W.A.T. pen allows a thumb grip – the only way to fully transfer your power to the target.

Smart Cap

Don’t waste your time to screw the cap on and off for writing. With this survival pen you simply clip the cap on either side. The cap belt/pocket clip is remarkably useful.

Comments

Coach Helder says:

Built To Last, Feels Great In A Reverse-Grip & Even Writes Well Length:: 4:38 Mins Tactical pens have become quite popular over the past few years. Today, you can find all sorts of features bundled in with a tactical pen. But keep in mind the main application for a tactical pen; Self-Defense.At often times, the main purpose of the tactical pen gets overlooked at the expense of integrated cool gadgets. The integrity of the pen becomes jeopardized and even the design makes deploying blows impractical.Recently, I was able to add a SWAT Tactical Pen by The Atomic Bear to my gear list. I definitely looks like a tactical pen and is made of durable materials. It fits well in the hand, especially in a reverse-grip. The cap on the pen features a protruded area which helps your thumb to maintain contact. Another cool feature that I like about this particular pen is that it comes with a sheath. It is the first tac-pen that I have owned that included a holder, and a quality one at that.SPECS ON THE SWAT…

Dave S says:

Great price, great value, I’m glad I ordered two for myself. I’ve carried tactical pens from Smith&Wesson and CRKT for several years, so I have some good experience. I bought this pen for three reasons:1. The price was very good,2. The reviews were quite good overall, and3, I dislike unscrewing the cap to expose the writing point.Pros: This pen is certainly sturdy, a handful of tactical tool; the cap pulls off with a firm pull, it won’t accidentally fall off, and it secures to both ends. The pen writes well and smoothly, and the availability of good refills is a solid plus. It fits well in my shirt pockets, but it will pull down the neck of my T-shirt if that’s where I hang it [When out wearing a T-shirt I can use the supplied belt holster if I don’t want it in my pants pocket]. When capped for carry I was worried about the little point on the cap hurting my thumb if I needed to strike with the pen, but that isn’t a problem; the point isn’t uncomfortable or high enough to hurt.Cons: It does look like a tactical…

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