A tactical pen is an item that is not prohibited to be worn and used, since it is inherently a regular pen. And if the knife can cause fear and wariness among the people around you, then the tactical pen is not at all a “combat” weapon.
A good tactical pen should have a number of signs:
The most important thing is strength. It is better to choose a steel or titanium model, it will be able to inflict many blows and will not break at the same time;
The convenience of holding the handle plays a significant role, because the impact force will depend on this, in which the handle should remain in a combat position (the tactical handle smith wesson has an aggressive annular notch that prevents it from slipping);
A good model should have a pronounced "tip", a tactical pen "Mo-Tactic" is a vivid example of such a form.
The project will launch soon, we can subscribe and be the first to support this pen in 2019.
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Hey All! Nick here again with my latest and wishfully greatest. Just thought I'd share a recent design that I've had under the chopping block for the past few months, and I'm proud to say that it is finally set for full release. 'That's great Nick, but what the heckin heck is it?' A question you could probably answer if you had one to clean your dusty spectacles, I say!
Ladies and gents, I give you the ParaCloth; A universal, ultra simple, super cool microfiber cloth deployment system that is designed to always be there in a pinch, and save your lenses from damage caused by using everyday clothes to wipe them down.
Born from a place of constant neglect in properly maintaining my own glasses and gear, the ParaCloth can attach to anything, slip effortlessly into a pocket, and can completely break down by undoing the single American-made chicago screw for cleaning the cloth and optional removal of the included stainless steel s-biner clip. This keeps the...
my name is Francesco Pascoli, and I'm the founder, the owner and the only one craftsman of the Fatti di Cuoio enterprise!
I'm from Italy and I'd like to introduce myself and my job to the community. I'm a leatherworker ("Fatti di Cuoio" means "Made of leather") and I love leather in all its applications. I mostly like EDC and travelling stuff with a minimalist approach, so I try every time to adapt this "philosophy" to the products I make.
I'd like to bring to you some of my leather goods, you can find some more information in my website http://www.fattidicuoio.it/ (sorry, the most updated one is in Italian, but there is an older version in English here http://www.fattidicuoio.com/) and listen what do you think about them.
All my products are handmade by me, and I use exclusively Italian sourced Vegetable TannedLeather: I love the patina it took over time.
What else? Thank you for the attention and please feel free to ask everything you want.