UZI Tactical Pens Offer Value and Protection to Personal Defense & LEOs

CampCo introduces new designs to its best-selling UZI Tactical Defender Pen Series.

CampCo UZI Tactical Defender Pen
CampCo UZI Tactical Defender Pen

Los Angeles, CA –-( CampCo, an official licensee and distributor of UZI gear, is proud to announce that it recently began distribution of the newest models of the UZI Tactical Defender Pen.

The highly anticipated UZI TACPEN7 and TACPEN8 are the newest evolution of the best-selling UZI Tactical Defender Pen series.

The UZI’s attractive, solid design and affordable price have made it one of the best-selling and highest value tactical pens in the personal defense and law enforcement markets for the past five years.

Key Product Specs of both models:

  • Lightweight aircraft aluminum
  • Black and Gun Metal colors.
  • Glass breaker on the tip
  • Compatible with standard and Fisher Space Pen refills
  • Item numbers: UZI-TACPEN7 and UZI-TACPEN8
  • List price: $29.95

According to CampCo CEO Motti Slodowitz, “Tactical pens in general, and the UZI pen in particular, have become very popular in past years due to their unique ability to serve as an inconspicuous self-defense tool and stylish and practical accessory.”

UZI Tactical Defender Pens can be purchased directly from local dealers or CampCo distributors. For business inquiries, or to become a dealer for UZI gear, contact CampCo at 323-766-2555, or visit and click on the “Dealer” tab.

About CampCo
CampCo is an established wholesale stocking master distributor of Tritium Watches, knives, flashlights, law enforcement, binoculars, and outdoor and tactical gear. 2013 marks CampCo’s 23rd year of service to distributors and retailers all over the world. CampCo is the official worldwide licensee for Smith & Wesson Watches and Pepper Spray, and UZI and Humvee-Gear. Learn more at or visit us at our booth at SHOT Show 2014.

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Do you really want to depend on an inkpen for self defense? Do you really need a special one? Does everything have to be tactical?