To everyone else they're stylish writing instruments designed with all of the fine qualities you would expect in a nice pen, but to you they're more than that.
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 new James Williams design is sure to be a welcome addition to your defensive edged tools.
A clean, futuristic interpretation of one of mankind's basic tools, the tactical pen is a high-tech writing instrument that can be used as a self-defense enforcer if need be. Made from precision-machined aluminum and hard-coat color anodized, they offer long lasting durability and toughness. Available in non-reflective tactical black finish. The tapered body improves grip while adding a contemporary look.
With some basic instruction or knowledge, one can readily use the pens against an assailant or attacker to inflict notice, pain or injurythwarting an otherwise potentially defenseless act.
And, they're just plain great writing instruments as well.
I have a few different tactical pens. This is the only one I carry anymore. It's fantastic. I like it so much I never forget it anywhere
This pen has great balance and feel- It's nice to hold and I always get a compliment when I pull it out. Folks don't know it's a tactical pen, just a nice pen. And that's kind of the point- it's very discreet.
I'm don't like sharps on my tactical pens, so I'm pleased that this pen doesn't have a serrated 'crown' or DNA catcher or anything like that.
The blunt point is perfect- not sharp enough to snag clothing or cause a painful accidental poke
2015-07-20 DUXBURY, MA
The pen is with me all the time and used daily. I find it solid and confident it will perform if needed. I keep 1 extra and gave 1 to my investigator. I bought 1 for my son who is a LEO. Others in his unit plan to buy them as well.