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Williams Defense Pen
Keep it in your backpack, purse, pocket, or anywhere you normally carry a pen, because that’s exactly what it is. Everyone else will see it as a stylish writing instrument—and they won’t be wrong—but you’ll know that it’s more than that. Should the need arise, the Williams Defense Pen is ready to strike.
- Discreet Convenience: Low profile writing pen
- Strong And Lightweight: Grivory® handle combines strength with minimal weight
- Write Anywhere: Ink cartridge developed for extreme environmental conditions
|Overall Length||5.99" (152.25 mm)|
|Weight||0.80 oz. (22.68 g)|
|Pen Diameter||0.58" (14.83 mm)|
|Pen Weight||0.80 oz. (22.68g)|
|Pen Handle||Body & cap - Battleship gray Grivory|
|Pen Refill||Schmidt pressurized ink cartridge|
Martial arts instructor James Williams, known for designing the Hissatsu™ and the Hisshou™, used his expertise in both design and personal defense to produce a simple tool that can easily live with you every day, but excels at helping you break contact in a personal defense scenario. It doesn’t use a blade, instead relying on the rigid strength of its lightweight Grivory® handle to carry every ounce of force you can put into it.
A clean, futuristic interpretation of one of the oldest and most basic tools, the Defense Pen is a high-tech writing instrument that can be used as a self-defense enforcer if need be. With an ergonomic tapered handle, weight of less than one ounce, and affordable price, there’s no reason not to have one with you at all times.
Vass, North Carolina
You don’t want to mess with Sensei James Williams. A former U.S. Army officer with more than 50 years of experience in the martial arts, he developed The System of Strategy. It’s a unique approach to unarmed combat that he teaches to Special Operations units and law enforcement worldwide. When he is armed, though, you’ll find him brandishing blades he’s created, like the Hisshou® and Hissatsu™ fixed blades, the Shizuka noh Ken™, and the now-legendary Hissatsu™ folder.