Are there any other defensive pens besides Benchmade.

Are there any other defensive pens besides Benchmade.

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    Are there any other defensive pens besides Benchmade.

    I was thinking of getting a defensive pen but the Benchmade pens are just too much money for me right now.Are there any other defensive pen companies out there?
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    Beat me to it. Amazon also has several other brands available, anywhere from 20-30 bucks to well over 100.
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    If you use it to defend yourself it is a defensive pen:) Good ol Zebra 701 should not be ruled out.- George

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    I have 2 SW pens. A regular and one of the M&Ps. For the money they cant be beat. The M&P is alot cooler looking but is a bit larger than a normal pen, and can seem cumbersome to carry. Both use parker refills and write fine too.
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    There is also a line of tactical pens made by Tuff Writer...

    http://www.tuffwriter.com/tactical-pens.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2edgesword View Post
    There is also a line of tactical pens made by Tuff Writer...

    http://www.tuffwriter.com/tactical-pens.html
    My issue with the Tuff Writer pens is that once you unscrew the cap, you're hosed. I'm very rarely in a position where I can just be bopping around with a pen in one hand and a cap floating around in the other when I'm out and about. Also, the twist cap means that you will need to do some fairly involved two-handed opening just the get the thing open for use. Just not too practical for me at the moment in life where I find myself currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chezrad View Post
    Not too shabby! Top-tier pen insert, tough as heck, nicely knurled for grip, and the cap can actually be put on the back of it. The stainless one strikes (hehehe) me as a bit on the redunkulous side, but I'm pretty sure you couldn't break it even if you tried. Might just have to scoop me one of these badboys up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychophipps View Post
    My issue with the Tuff Writer pens is that once you unscrew the cap, you're hosed. I'm very rarely in a position where I can just be bopping around with a pen in one hand and a cap floating around in the other when I'm out and about. Also, the twist cap means that you will need to do some fairly involved two-handed opening just the get the thing open for use. Just not too practical for me at the moment in life where I find myself currently.
    This isn't an issue for me since most of the time when I'm out and about a pen of this type would be carried with the cap on in an accessible pocket using the pocket clip.
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    Zebra F-301

    5 bucks for 2 at walgreens

    http://www.walgreens.com/store/catal..._sku=sku357090

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    Don't try carrying any of the 'Tacticool' pens past a TSA checkpoint. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    Zebra F-301

    5 bucks for 2 at walgreens

    http://www.walgreens.com/store/catal..._sku=sku357090
    Cool, did some checking since seeing your post and found the Zebra F-701 for a little more...it replaces the rubber grip with a knurled stainless steel. Quite a bit more steel in the barrel than I'd expected for the price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWO GUNS View Post
    Are there any other defensive pen companies out there?
    http://www.surefire.com/The-SureFire-Pen
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