GP1945 PRO Bolt Action Pen

Oct 30, 2017

Category: Gear

We think it’s safe to say that, in the world of everyday carry, bolt-action pens are all the rage right now. And that bodes well for anyone who appreciates the unique take on the writing utensil deployment. Still, even with a flooded market, there are some that stand apart from the crowd. Take, for instance, the GP1945 PRO.

Built from your choice of lightweight aluminum or solid titanium, this handsome tactical writer stands as an excellent example of superb EDC. But it’s more than just another EDC pen. You see, this one also features a handy tungsten glass breaker tip for emergency rescues and/or escapes. Furthermore, it has a built-in 100 decibel multi-tone emergency whistle – meaning you can change the pitch of the whistle by sliding your fingers alongside the pocket clip, giving you a greater chance of catching the attention of potential rescuers. Even the knurling along the grip doubles as a measurement reference for both metric and imperial usage. Get your hands on this super useful emergency EDC multi-tool by backing it on Kickstarter, starting at $29.

Purchase: $29+

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