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REVIEW: The Hinderer Investigator Tactical Pen>>>>>>>>>>>

Discussion in 'Personal Security Devices & Self-Defense' started by Rolex John, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. Rolex John

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  2. edgedweapon88

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    Great review. Thanks so much for the size comparison with the 4sevens pen. That really helps when trying to figure out just how large the pen is. Next paycheck I might have to pick one up! Thanks again.
     
  3. Crushmaster

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    Nice review. :) Good choice - the stainless steel one is my favorite Investigator style (don't own it yet, sadly; working on it).

    The size is the only possible downside...I'm around 6' 4", with reasonably big hands (about 3.7" wide); it might be too small for me.

    Thought this part was great, by the way: "The pen is slightly smaller than most standard sized pens – very comfortable to write with, but still useful if you find yourself in a bad situation (and if I’m down to relying on my pen defensively, it’s a very bad day indeed…)."

    Thanks for sharing!
    God bless,
    Joel ><>.
     
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    The product falls successively within Hinderer's signature style which I aptly describe as modern baroque; replete with exaggerated lines that compile the pinnacle of its appeal to those enamored of the tactical look acquiesced through persistent perusal of web-depicted military imagery.

    Aesthetics aside, his works should command a modicum of well-deserved accolade for their unique design; one that appears to be interpretative of his primary occupation as a firefighter and pragmatic nature of the tools of that honorable profession.
     
  5. Rolex John

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    You're very welcome sir! I look forward to seeing a YT video on the pen from you. :cool:
     
  6. Rolex John

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    You're welcome Joel - glad you enjoyed the review! I try to throw in a little humor when I can...:D
     
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    And even better is that it is available from the forum store in several colours.
     
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    Great review! I'm definitely looking into acquiring both the copper and brass Investigator pens.
     
  9. Rolex John

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    You won't be disappointed! :cool:
     
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