Tactical Pen: Mightier Than The Sword

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Sometimes carrying a knife or a firearm just isn’t an option…

But that doesn’t mean you should be left defenseless.

You have other options

How would you like to carry with you something that is 100% legal everywhere yet can be deployed as a less-lethal (and perhaps deadly force or lethal) weapon if you know how to use it?

Imagine an icepick that can write!


The Tactical Pen is the answer.

I have carried one of these devices for years, and have never had one taken from me even after passing through many security screening areas at airports, courthouses, etc.

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Many types of tactical pens exist…

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So you ask why is a pen a useful self-defense option? The answer is that is you know how to use the pen to trigger and attack pressure points and weak areas on the human body then the pen can be highly useful to someone defending himself or herself.

The tactical pen, which is designed to not break during combat, can also be used to strike sensitive areas of the human anatomy that could cause great bodily harm or death. Those deadly force targets, such as the eyes, throat, and groin would only be justified to strike if a person was in fear for his or her life and felt the need to use deadly force as an appropriate response to the attack presented. That being said the Tactical Pen must be thought of as both a less-lethal and a potentially lethal weapon. That versatility and its covert appearance are major reasons to own and carry one of these devices.

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There are courses and some videos that can help you prepare yourself to use the Tactical Pen. Any of these can be helpful to the person wanting to become proficient in the use of this weapon as with any weapon. A competent martial arts or combatives instructor might also be able to provide you with the proper training.

So where can you get one of these Tactical Pens? There are many sources but you can get one of these pens through the survivallife.staging.wpengine.com website and an entire course on how to use it, right here:

Click here to snag one before they’re gone

I hope that each of you will consider buying and carrying a Tactical Pen due to the fact that it is a small, covert weapon, which is inexpensive and can save your life when attacked. Plus, who cannot always use another pen?

As always be careful out there and remember, “If not me then who?”

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Choosing a Tactical Pen

Tactical Pen Do’s and Dont’s

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22 Responses to :
Tactical Pen: Mightier Than The Sword

  1. Carol says:

    “I have carried done of these” … I think you meant “one” of these, not “done”. Blessings

  2. Dave says:

    I carry the MTech in my uniform’s pen pocket. It’s a solid pen, great for writing (it’s hefty, so it’s comfortable), and could do some serious damage with either the “DNA Extractor” end or the writing end. I like that it’s large, but I might consider getting another one that’s a bit smaller.

  3. Doug says:

    I think you guys should consider a new IT person. First your previous link did not open up and this doesn’t provide the link to buy the pen:

    “So where can you get one of these Tactical Pens? There are many sources but you can get one of these pens through the survivallife.staging.wpengine.com website and an entire course on how to use it, right here:” WHERE?

    1. Sterling Wulff says:

      Doug –

      If you just do a basic search on tacticle pens here’s what you get:

      https://www.google.com/search?q=tacticle+pens&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=fflb

      Take your pick. Amazon is always a good place to start….

      Best wishes

  4. Deirdre says:

    I have one in my purse, one in my car and when I am out and about I keep one in my pocket. Carry through TSA all the time with nary a blink!

  5. I haven’t got one yet

  6. Chuck says:

    I can’t wait to get the pens, I bought one for everyone in my family. Cant always carry my 9, my wife is still afraid of her Sig Mosquito, so this is a great equalizer for her. Thanks for all you make available

    Chuck

    1. 'Above Average' Joe says:

      look forward to getting them out to you asap Chuck!

      1. TW says:

        Do these accept the fisher space pen refills ? If not what type of ink refill is recommended ?

  7. Robert Ross says:

    I got mine today. It is the falcon and I can’t figure out how to make it write. I can open it and there is the pen filler. But how do you make it write? Or does it not write ? HELP !!

    1. 'Above Average' Joe says:

      hey robert, the pen comes apart into two pieces, you just unscrew it and pop the top off, the pen is under it, and then there is a small rubber nub on the end of the ballpoint that you remove and you can start writing right away!

      1. Christopher Cullen says:

        I was hoping that it would write in it’s 1 piece configuration just in case someone asked me to prove it was a pen vs. opening it to get the cartridge out. It seems obvious to me that it’s a weapon…

  8. Jon says:

    This article is crap, the best “Tactical pen”, is the write-in-the-rain pen is the best ever. I have had ONE that has lasted me 5 years through multiple deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq and still keeps on going.

  9. Dennis Bell says:

    I’m a member and wanted the EDT-XL but don’t want to pay double membership

  10. Lana miller says:

    I BOUGHT THE TACTICAL PEN, BUT THE PEN DID NOT COME WITH INSTRUCTIONS AND VIDEO CAME AND WENT SO I COULD NOT MAKE SENSE OF IT.IT SHOWS BEING A PEN BUT THAT PART DOESN’T’ SEEM TO WORK. IT COMES APART BUT THAT’S IT. DO YOU HAVE WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS YOU CAN E-MAIL ME TO MY E-MAIL. THANK YOU PLEASE RESPOND TO [email protected]

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