After hearing all of you rave about this pen, I just ordered mine.
I appreciate all the responses. I did order the pen along with a few other things.
I just put the pen in my shopping cart while logged in - shipping is not a lot, but not free.
Edit: Emptied the cart and re-entered it - still not free. Backed up and used the pull-down and selected “Florida” instead of typing it out and it is now free shipping.
I had the same issue but resolved it
I just have to say USCCA has the absolute best customer service. Like I said I ordered the pen and a couple other things. I also saw that if you spend $75 you get up $75 in free stuff. My order was right at $75, I didn’t see anything about a free gift at checkout or the confirmation. So I went to the chat section with customer service. The part I missed was $75 spent in “apparel” which I had no apparel. The customer service rep was contacting the shipping department, this is within 5 minutes of placing the order, to make sure she could get the free stuff in the same shipment. I didn’t actually have a purchase eligible for the free gift, HOWEVER, she sent me a free shirt for my “trouble”. Amazing customer service!
@NickC. Nice looking tactical pen
Yes sir! Price is right too
Nice brother @NickC
Got mine today it is very nice a little heavy, but to punch a window might need a little weight and writes well also.
I just got mine yesterday, I really like all the different grip textures incorporated into the design.
However, I feel like a dummy because I have not figured out how to take it apart when it needs a refill. I don’t want to put too much pressure on it the wrong way and tear it up to figure it out. Anybody have disassembly info? Maybe @Dawn?
Edit: This is how far I have gotten:
@Gary_H As you’re twisting to close the pen…keep twisting. Only thing I don’t like about the pen, that wall from closing the pen to disassembling the pen is too easy.
Thank you, the wall from closing to disassembling is really tight on mine! That’s why I was hesitant to push it too hard. Now that I know the top and bottom are held together by o-ring friction, I will just pull hard enough rather that twisting it apart.
Thinking about yours being too easy, perhaps your o-ring has a twist in it