Smith and Wesson Tactical Pens

Tactical Pens are commonly used by law enforcement and security officials, but can also be used by civilians as a less-lethal self-defense alternative to pepper sprays. Safety Girl is proud to offer a hug selection of tactical pens from Smith and Wesson, a globally recognized manufacturer of firearms and other defense devices. Check out a few of the tactical pens from Smith and Wesson.

The Smith and Wesson Tactical Pen features a black-ink pen at the writing tip and a self-defense tool at the crown end. To use the tactical pen for self-defense, simply unscrew the cap to reveal the pointed weapon. This pen is manufactured from CNC-machined 6061 T-6 aircraft aluminum for maximum durability. It’s available in black, blue, and gold for just $27.79 at Safety Girl’s website.

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The Smith and Wesson Tactical Pen 2 is a multipurpose writing, self-defense, and survival tool. Aside from being an ink pen, the cap of the pen unscrews to reveal the tactical, pointed weapon. This can be used to inflict pain on an attacker or break a window of a car to escape a harmful situation. The pen also includes a ferro rod fire starter, which can be useful in survival situations. The pen includes a key chain for easy accessibility and is manufactured from 6061 aircraft aluminum for strength and durability. This pen is available in black, gray, orange, and silver and comes with a gift box. Order yours today at Safety Girl’s website for just $29.59.

The Smith and Wesson Military and Police Tactical Pen is the perfect tactical pen for law enforcement officials. Manufactured from 6061 aircraft aluminum, this pen offers the best in durability. To use the pen as a weapon, simply snap the top cap off to reveal the pointed end (no twisting is required). This great pen is available at Safety Girl’s website in black, dark green, green, or gray for just $27.79.

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