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    This is what I carry. My favorite pen I've used. Nice if you're fidgety especially.

    http://fellhoelter.com/product/fellh...lt-pen-deluxe/

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    I've been using these for years:

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pilot-Pen...Black/21401866

    Don't leak, writes on almost anything, and as far as tactical goes, well... it's black, so...
    The tips are also sharp as hell, and I'm quite sure would make an effective improvised weapon if needed.
    "Once we get some iron in our souls, we'll get some iron in our hands..."

    "...A rapid, aggressive response will let you get away with some pretty audacious things if you are willing to be mean, fast, and naked."-Failure2Stop

    Proud multi-caliber ammosexual.

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    Another vote for the Parker jotter, I use one everyday. I put a fisher space pen refill in mine and it writes on everything, including the tyveck tags my company uses for fire alarm inspections. I was always a fan of bic click sticks but they don't do so well on the tyveck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardluk View Post
    I am thinking about adding a Tactical Pen to my EDC but unsure what to get or if they are worth the money. Does anyone have any thoughts or suggestions?
    My review of the Tuff Writer pen:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkfFB9nJCoo
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    I carry a Kley zion pen. ..

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    I believe in peace, love and extremely violent weapons systems... just in case that whole peace-and-love thing doesn't work out.

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    I was carrying this standard looking fisher space pen for a while:
    http://www.spacepen.com/M4Bnon-refle...-maticpen.aspx
    Mostly doing paperwork at a gun store. Pulled it out of my pocket one day and clicked it and the cap shot off. Threads were worn off.
    Decided i wanted to buy one pen and never have to replace it.
    So i bought a tuff writer
    http://www.tuffwriter.com/OperatorBl...ops-al-blk.htm

    Everyone would comment how big and heavy it was and blah blah blah. It used fisher ink cartridges too which i found i dont like. I picked up a bunch of write in the rain blue ink cartridges and we were good to go.
    Used the pen as a tool occasionally to poke at things i did t want to use my knife for. Fly with it. Go everywhere with it and no one thinks differently.
    Not a bad tool to carry around, and if you know how to fight with it it can be pretty effective.
    I however know how to write with it, and my pocket only has so much room. Phone took priority and the tuff writer is in a drawer. I use the cheap plastic pens at work that we have thousands of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevin8nin View Post
    I was carrying this standard looking fisher space pen for a while:
    http://www.spacepen.com/M4Bnon-refle...-maticpen.aspx
    Mostly doing paperwork at a gun store. Pulled it out of my pocket one day and clicked it and the cap shot off. Threads were worn off.
    Decided i wanted to buy one pen and never have to replace it.
    So i bought a tuff writer
    http://www.tuffwriter.com/OperatorBl...ops-al-blk.htm
    .
    Did you noticed who's vid they used on that page to discuss that pen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    Worry not, young Jedi. It is possible to reassemble various parts from other Zebra's, and make it all metal.

    http://clickypost.com/blog/2015/2/1/...he-zebra-f-701

    This also has the advantage of removing all the brand markings, and your pen is now sterile.

    I have been doing that for a few years. I still have the original Surefire pen that was a gift, but it stays at home next to the checkbook.
    I need to have you build me a couple more of these. The one you gave me a few years ago was "reappropriated" at work along with some of my kit.
    Only hits count......you can not miss fast enough to catch up

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    Four years ago I was using "free" clicky pens from the bank and losing them constantly. I received this as a gift and it's been very useful at work. Notably, I can use it with gloves on and it writes in the cold. The clip is sturdy as well as the overall construction. Also, I've never misplaced it like the bank pens, probably because I saw the price.

    https://www.boker.de/us/tactical-pen/09BO093.html

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    I've been carrying the stainless steel Sharpie pen for a couple years. Used daily, the ink was replaced a couple weeks ago.
    ~ $5 @ walmart.
    All the lettering is gone but I prefer it that way.

    https://www.amazon.com/Sharpie-Stain.../dp/B0067VHVNA

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