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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ryzen 5 2600 processor mated to a AsRock B-450 motherboard with 16gb 3200mhz ram. With a sapphire rx590 graphics card. My processor is cooled by a 240mm radiator.
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