The secret of protecting yourself from violent assaults… 

 
without carrying a knife, or gun or taking years of expensive martial arts classes 
 
Dear Friend,
 
If you don’t carry a gun or don’t carry one often, this could be the most important message you’ve ever read.
 
Here’s why…
 
If you’re like me, the ability to protect yourself and your loved ones is a top priority.
 
Personally, I believe the best ways to do this are with a knife or gun… But it’s not always possible – or legal – to carry them on you.
 
But what if there was a personal protection tool you could legally carry anywhere and everywhere you go?
 
One you could carry on an airplane… A college campus… Or any number of highly secure buildings.
 
What if it was so simple to master that anyone from a 13-year-old child to a 90-year-old grandmother could use it to defend themselves?
 
Well… there is such a tool, and I personally carry it on me every single day… as do my family members… closest friends… and training students…
 
In short, I’m talking about a tactical pen.
 
If you don’t know what a tactical pen is, it’s a specially engineered pen, made of solid metal that makes a remarkable self-defense tool.
 
Also, the one I use writes like a standard ink pen and has a refillable cartridge so you can use the pen for life, without having to get a new one. (It simply takes a Fisher pen refill, which you can buy at Office Depot or any office supply store.) 
 
Below are some pictures of the tactical pen I personally carry to give you a better idea of what one looks like:
 
 
 
My name, by the way, is Jason R. Hanson.
 
I’m a former CIA Officer and author of The Covert Guide to Concealed Carry: Confessions of a Former CIA Officer.
 
I’m also a contributing writer to Concealed Carry Magazine, Personal and Home Defense Magazine, and Combat Handguns Magazine, to name a few.
 
In fact, not too long ago, I was asked to write an article for Combat Handguns magazine where I wrote about my tactical pen.
 
And that brings me to the point of this letter…
 
The tactical pen that my family members and I carry is actually quite difficult to find. But through a long and tedious process that I won’t bore you with I’ve been able to secure some extra pens.
 
I’ve sold the majority of these pens to my training students. Here’s what a few of them have told me:  
 
“Jason, I recently purchased a tactical pen while in the Ultimate Concealed Carry Course. I love it, have traveled quite a bit, including overseas, without any TSA troubles. This pen is awesome, it’s lightweight, durable, and easy to carry around. I always have it with me.”~Laura Hollingsworth, Suffolk, VA
 
“I also purchased a tactical pen during the course, having already been convinced of its utility virtually anywhere (as opposed to pepper spray and the Swiss Army knife that most of the time I have to leave at home)… as I work as Congressional staff and must walk through a metal detector/bag x-ray to get to my office everyday.”~Chris Fogelberg, Arlington, VA
 
“For those of us who work in one of the many highly secured federal buildings in DC, the tactical pen is the perfect solution. I can get through daily security checks with it and not worry about it getting taken away. The tactical pen definitely gives me peace of mind to know that I am not completely helpless…”~Katie Mullins, Arlington, VA
 
And one of my students even brings his tactical pen aboard Air Force One. (He's in the military and works on Air Force One.)
 
The good news is, I have a few extra tactical pens leftover that I’ve decided to offer to the general public.
 
I’ve seen some people selling these types of pens for ridiculous prices, ranging from $50 to $300.
 
But you can get the same tactical pen that I carry daily for only $35, along with a small shipping and handling fee of $4.95. (Total $39.95.)
 
One fellow, Peter Childs of Sacramento, CA, recently ordered 4 pens and sent me an email saying, "The pens are a quality product and well worth the price."
 
And don't forget, this pen writes like a standard ink pen and is refillable.
 
To get one of the last remaining pens, click here and enter the number of pens you would like. As soon as I get your order I will immediately ship your pen.
 
Also, and this is important, since I have a limited supply, there is a limit of 4 pens per person.
 
Click the "Buy Now" below to get your tactical pen.
 

Stay safe,
 

 
Jason R. Hanson
 
P.S. Some people have asked me if I really carry my tactical pen everywhere, and the answer is yes… In fact, let me tell you a funny story of what happened to me in the Las Vegas airport.
 
When I fly, I always carry my pen in my laptop bag, pictured below:
 

 
I was flying home from Las Vegas a few months back and I put my laptop bag through security as usual. As the bag went through, the TSA person lifted up the bag and asked whose it was.
 
I told him it was mine and he said, “There’s a knife in the bag we need to search it.”
 
I was surprised to hear this and had no idea what he was talking about and I sure didn’t remember any knife in my bag.
 
Well, I proceeded to watch the TSA worker dig through my entire bag and go through everything including my tactical pen. Finally, I watched the worker dig in one of the pockets and pull out a keychain with a tiny knife on the end of it.
 
He asked me if I wanted to go check it and I said no because it obviously wasn't worth my time to go all the way back through security for a tiny knife I didn't even know I had. 
 
The scary thing is, I’ve been going through the airport with that bag for the past 5 years and this is the first time anyone has found that small keychain knife, which I’d obviously forgotten about. But my point is, he skipped right past my tactical pen and didn’t care. 
 
Click here to get a tactical pen
 

P.P.S. Look what Gary Prince, the Vice-President of a food company told me…

 

“Hi Jason, I travel around the world and live in places (other than the US) more than 11 months out of the year. Your tips have helped me survive 2 mugging attempts in China. Your advice on owning and carrying the Tactical Pen has been very valuable.”