Pointie Tactical Marker

Oct 21, 2015

Category: Gear

Self-defense with a Sharpie probably won’t go well. Sure, the attacker’s shirt will be a little mussed up, but he won’t be shut down. Now what if you’re equipped with only what looks like a Sharpie?

The Pointie Tactical Marker looks like it’s ready to draw on some poster board, but it’s actually sharpened 17-4 stainless steel that’s been CNC-machined and hardened to condition H900 for maximum durability. Use it to break glass, punch a hole, or, worst case scenario, against a threatening person or thing. It makes for a stealthy and unique alternative to pepper spray or a knife. Choose from two head styles, the Signature design (available as simply polished or in Cerakote Black) and the Concealed design (available only in Cerakote Black). Both retail for $29 online. [Purchase]

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