CRKT Williams Aluminum Tactical Defense Pen (Black) TPENWK

The James Williams designed Tactical Pen from CRKT is a clean, futuristic tactical pen. It is not only a high-tech writing instrument, but it can be used for self-defense enforcer if need be. Made from precision-machined aluminum and hard-coat color anodized, this tactical pen offers long lasting durability and toughness. Available in non-reflective tactical black finish. The tapered body improves grip while adding a contemporary look.

Former Army officer and martial arts instructor, James Williams applied his design expertise to the Williams tactical pen. For those of you familiar with the Hissatsu and the Hisshou, this James Williams design is sure to be a welcome addition to your defensive edged tools.

Item #BHQ-11444
MSRP: $74.99
Our Price: $49.95
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  • Length: 6.00"
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Diameter: 0.63"
  • Color: Black
  • Weight: 1.20 oz.
  • Brand: CRKT
  • Model: Tactical Pen
  • Model Number: TPENWK
  • Designer: James Williams
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Ink Color: Black
  • Mechanism: Cap
  • Product Type: Pen

Customer Reviews

Best tac pen I've owned
Joshua M. on Jun 21, 2015

This is a great pen. I used to have the CRKT Tao, but I hated how long it took to screw the cap off then screw it back onto the other end to write a quick number or something then go thru the whole process again. This pen, the cap just snaps off the writing end and onto the back end, very securely I might add, and very quickly. None of this trying to screw, unscrew, repeat. No more worrying about cross threading the cap either. This pen also has excellent balance, which is important if you're a pen-flipper like me. The curvy design lets it flip easily around my thumb without flying off. I know, balance and flip ergonomics are not important to most people but I had to throw that in there. One last thing, the tactical end of this thing, the business end you would be jabbing a bad guy with, is pretty sharp. It could easily punch a hole in an unopened beer can. I wouldn't want to get it rammed into my knee cap or hip bone. That would be the last time I did any walking or standing up for about three months.

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