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Welcome all pen collectors and all-purpose pen users. We are fortunate enough to offer the new AL embassy pen after recently acquiring a small batch from a government contract. The pen is robust and made to last a lifetime; whether it's on the training field or in the office. A black medium SPR4 pressurized Fisher space pen refill, good from -30F to +250Ff is included. The machined deep knurled grip is made for non-slip use. The built-in 301 grade stainless steel clip provides a secure fit in your pants or in your EDC bag.
Unfortunately like many of our contracted products, when they are gone, they will not return.
Warning: This pen is beautifully made and meant to be enjoyed
Contains Fisher Space Pen® Pressurized Ink Cartridge
‘Fisher’ and ‘Space Pen’ are trademarks of Fisher Pen Co. Boulder City, NV U.S.A.’
The CountyComm Embassy Pen industrial design purposely DOES NOT provide for the cap to fit on the back of the barrel. There are several reasons for this, one will become apparent when someone asks to borrow your pen— loan them the pen while you hold the cap and you will get your pen back! Other more discrete reasons are best kept quiet! If you require a pen that holds the cap on the barrel while writing, there are thousands on the market to choose from. If you are looking for a rugged, failsafe, multi-purpose EDC pen, we hope you will choose our distinctive Embassy Pen.
This is one sick pen. Light weight and emergency kubaton at the ready. Would recommend 2019👍
Solid, sleek writing implement (and maybe even a self defense tool but don't tell the lawyers I said that).
Awesome pen have used the Ti version for many years and now I have lighter weight Aluminum to add to the rotation.
I'm a collector and always on the look for something new. The concept of EDC pens of unusually strong construction is a well-trod topic on the EDC boards, with basically 3 camps:
- those favoring "tactical" pens
- those who thing prices are outrageous for tactical pens and therefore with a smirk declare an inexpensive pen like a Parker Jotter of Pilot 701 is nearly as good
- those who eschew tactical-looking pens (which they view as striking weapons with a refill inside) in favor of super-sturdy, innocuous looking pens.
I fall in the last group. Tactical pens are forbidden and regularly seized when traveling or transiting various checkpoints. The Embassy Pen, with its rounded, non-sharp ends attracts no attention when carried along with other pens. It's heft, construction, and shape make it excellent for writing or improvised uses.
The only improvement would be to totally remove the knurling on the body while retaining the knurling on the writing grip surface (which is hidden with the cap in place). That would make it seem even less aggressive.
If you intend to use it as a makeshift Kubotan or yawara, test it yourself with full force strikes on various surfaces.