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This link recently saved by retrophisch on April 18, 2009
I know what you're going to say. Eighty-nine bucks for a pen?!?
Yes, but not juts any pen. The Mil-Tac Tactical Defense Pen is made from aircraft-grade anodized aluminum, and has a pointed end, which can be used as a defensive (or under certain code red situations, an offensive) tool. Opposite that is a blunt end, usable as a control device, especially if one has that sort of training. Stash it pretty much anywhere with the integrated clip. Oh, and since it is a writing implement, after all, there's the refillable pen inside.
I'll take mine in black or grey, please.
This link recently saved by retrophisch on April 13, 2009
"Allowing law-abiding people to arm themselves offers more than piece of mind for those individuals -- it pays off for everybody through lower crime rates. Statistics from the FBI’s Uniformed Crime Report of 2007 show that states with right-to-carry laws have a 30% lower homicide rate, 46% lower robbery, and 12% lower aggravated assault rate and a 22% lower overall violent crime rate than do states without such laws. That is why more and more states have passed right-to-carry laws over the past decade.
"That is why I, along with Representative Rich Boucher (D-Va.) introduced H.R. 197, the National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act. Our legislation proposes a federal law that would entitle any person with a valid state-issued concealed carry permit to carry in any other state, as follows: In a state that issues carry permits, its laws would apply. In states that don’t issue carry permits, the Federal law providing a "bright-line" standard would permit carrying in places [...]"
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