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Made in U.S.A.
Serial Numbered ( Extremely Limited Production Embassy Pen Brass )
CAGE : 5VKB6
Made in our private machine lab
Stronger Pen and Improved Internal Thread Design
Welcome all pen collectors and all-purpose pen users. We are fortunate enough to offer the new Brass 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 +250F 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.
Don't let the low price fool you. This is a great pen, at a great price.
Contains Schmidt® Pressurized Ink Cartridge - German Made!
Megaline 4889 M refill / Upgrade from the SPR4
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 was a gift for a friend. Upon opening and handling this pen my friend remarked that it has enough weight to make a handy self defense tool. The fact that it feels good in the hand and writes very smoothly is a bonus. Great job with the upgrades!
So after recently getting the latest Titanium Embassy pen, I just had to try the brass one.
The fit and finish is perfect on both pens. The threading is also perfect.
Others have said that the pen inserts do not write well, or have ink globs when first writing, but both of my pens write just fine out of the box.
Stylistically, I cannot decide which pen I like better, as they are both pretty much works of art. The titanium pen is far lighter (although it’s still pretty heavy) than the brass pen, so it would have less hand fatigue when writing for extended periods. The brass pen is a solid chunk in your hand, and it would have a pretty severe impact if it were to strike something.
Now I guess I have to get an aluminum one…
Love the pen, but carrying it for travel has been hit and miss. I’ve been stopped and had my bag checked a few times because of it, and once it almost got confiscated. Luckily, I was able to get out of security and take it to my truck. Since then, I’ve decided to leave it home for most air travel trips. I’d rather not have it on a trip than to have it taken by some TSA agent.
I absolutely love this pen. It’s a beast when capped and a nice weighty 3.0 oz uncapped (my scale, with ink cartridge). It’s also well balanced (I’m glad the cap doesn’t post as same would likely throw the balance way off). The sheer simplicity of the design (four parts if you include the ink cartridge and cap) really adds to the appeal.
For me, the Schmidt ink is fine. A Fisher pressurized cartridge will fit, but you can’t screw the body completely back together (it’s short about a half turn, at least on mine).
Overall, I like this pen so much, I immediately purchased a second to store in case I lose my original. I’m in my late 50s and can count one one hand how many times I’ve done that, and I’d have a few fingers left over.
The pen body is machined to the standards I would expect from CountyComm, however the use of a German refill v. a Fisher pen refill is a deal breaker for me. A standard Fisher refills WILL NOT fit this pen; the Fisher refill is too long to seat properly. S&B refills will fit the new pens, but they are not reverse compatible. Additionally, the brass is of a lesser quality and develops a much less attractive patina than the previous versions of this pen. Further, CC has moved from a deep machining on the SN engraving to a cheaper looking laser etching, not my favorite. These pens were designed to use a commonly available Fisher refill, and regardless of their cost saving words, the ink is not the same quality. Further, it seems as if this is the last version of the embassy pen to be produced in USA. The latest Ti embassy pens don’t show USA, seem to be made elsewhere. YMMV. I purchased two of these pens, neither is anywhere close to my original v1 brass embassy pen.