UZI Tactical Defender Pen - REVIEW

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    UZI Tactical Defender Pen - REVIEW



    Specifications:
    Length: 6.0"
    Weight: 1.8 oz.
    Material: Aircraft grade aluminum
    Ink Color: Black

    Looking for a cool tactical pen without breaking the bank? UZI offers a few different tactical pens that will serve great purpose for your needs. Being prepared for any emergency situation requires having the right tools available. That's why tactical pen's have been increasingly popular over the last year or two. One thing I really like about tactical pens like this UZI is it provides an additional inconspicuous defensive tool that can be kept in your pocket all the time without drawing any "attention". Another thing I like is it accepts a standard Fisher pen refill. So no more need to worry about refilling the ink once it dries up! And while we're on the ink subject, this pen writes very good on paper. The ink doesn't gum up on the ball of the pen head.





    The UZI Tactical Defender Pen is 6" inches in length and constructed using aircraft grade aluminum with diamond shape knurling. Getting a solid firm grip on this pen in a defensive scenario won't be an issue.





    Here you can see both blunt ends of the pen. One one end you have a tapered end which also serves as a glass breaker. It definitely doesn't take much of a whack to a side window with it to shatter. The only down-side is the black coating chips after a good thrashing. If you're ever in a situation where you'd have to use this as a non-lethal defensive tool, I am pretty sure it won't feel good for the perpetrator. Without applying much pressure the glass breaker into a arm, leg, or worse face will definitely stun someone! The same would be said about the pen tip end too.







    The pocket clip on this UZI pen is very similar to the deep carry pocket clips you'd see on a lot of knives. It really doesn't leave much exposed outside of the pocket. The tension on the clip is very nice. You won't have to worry about it sliding around while in your pocket. And it won't tear up your pants from repeatedly taking it in and out of your pocket.

    My final conclusion on the UZI Tactical Pen: For less than $20 bucks it's a great buy considering most tactical pens start at about $50 bucks and go well into the hundreds of dollars. I think everyone should really consider having one of these in their EDC system. It's a great non-lethal defensive tool and you'll look really cool signing checks at the bank (smiles). I know a lot of women (my mother being one) that don't carry a firearm or a knife for self defense. This would be a very effective defensive tool for them to carry that doesn't "look scary". My mom is on-board and has one!

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    Nice review and pictures. Think I will get one soon to put my shirt pocket...
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    The only issue with Tac Pens is TSA will confiscate them now that they are more common and their purpose is known.

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    Also, thank you for the great review.

    I like my Smith & Wesson Tactical Pen. Similar and cheaper. Very well made and machined.

    What people do not realize is, that in the hands of someone who knows how to use it, a well employed tactical pen if formidable. Been using them since after 9/11. amd especially when flying commercial Air Carriers. Also great to have when you are in a 'limited area' that restricts you from having your firearm.
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    I like it with the uzi name brand!
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    Just short note they are lethal in the right hands

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    Good review of a good pen. I bought one for about $14-15 dollars a couple of months or so ago and carry it daily. Comfortable and write very well. Can't beat it for the price.
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    The pen insert died on mine. What is the part no for just the refill???

    Thanks!!

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    I bought 3. One for my brother and 2 for me. Very nice and writes really nicely. Good grip and the Fisher Refill is nice to have when it dries up, which one of mine has. The clip is a little tight at the first but loosens up a little with regular use. I have had mine for more than 2 years.
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    I'll stick with the good ol Fisher Space Pen. Best carry size, virtually industructable, and still passes the TSA checks.

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