• Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made
  • Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made
  • Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made
  • Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made

Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made

Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made
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Hinderer Investigator Pen, satin finished copper compact tactical pen with CNC machined grooves, 4 1/4" overall. Made in the USA.
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Hinderer Knives: Hinderer Investigator Pen, Copper


This Investigator Pen - an overbuilt compact personal defense pen, is made of tough 3/8" diameter CNC machined 110 copper (will naturally tarnish and patina) with a brushed satin finish. The Investigator Pen has two sets of deep horizontal grooves connected by shallow longitudinal grooves for secure grip in CQB situations, coarse threads with extra height for added strength during hard strikes, modular configuration with a threaded small bullet end that is exchangeable with other 17-4 stainless steel attachments, and a threaded cap with shirt pocket clip. The Copper Investigator Pen has an overall length of 4 1/4", and it weighs only 1.6 ounces. Made in the USA; utilizes the full size Bold Point Fisher Space Pen black ink cartridge SPR4B.

Hinderer Knives: Hinderer Investigator Pen, Copper
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BRANDHinderer Knives
PRODUCT TYPEAccessories
PRODUCT CATEGORYDefense Pens
OVERALL LENGTH4.25"
DESIGNERRick Hinderer
ORIGINUSA
WEIGHT1.6 oz.
MODELInvestigator Pen
Product Field 384387
AVERAGE RATING100
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made
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Rick Hinderer Investigator Pen Copper Compact Tactical Pen USA Made
Nice pen
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Enjoy it immensely. With the Fischer cartridge writes very smoothly. Fit and finish is great. I already managed to drop the cap and ding it but with an Emory cloth brought it back which is only an issue with copper and not with the other alloys. If they make it in titanium I’m going to buy another.