I need one like that and started looking through all the listings on ebay and found it.They run about 35.00 but I got it on Ebay for 14.00 shipped.
They also make a couple others that are a little cheaper,the 0 gravity being one.
I love mine, though I've only had it about a month and a half. I have a Black Titanium Nitrate bullet pen, I love that finish! And it fit's in my pocket quite well and has become part of my EDC where no pen has before.
I've lost 2 over the last 4 years... I have yet to purchase a third... eventually. Very convenient to have though. I'm just too lazy to go out and buy one, I have to go all the way into the city from the 'burbs....
I think the latest Ink formula is better than the old stuff that blobbed and smeared alot, the new stuff is more fine line too. I have owned 4 and lost two in the past 15 years and now I have two of the pocket ones that I haven't lost because one stays in my Spec. Ops THE checkbook wallet and the other one rides in a Brigade Quartermasters 3x5 notebook cover along with a "Rite in the Rain" notepad and my Arc AA.
ive got two and wont get more. they write very poorly, smearing, streaking and blobbing constantly. but i carry a bullet in my jacket for unexpected times when i need a pen - often that is when other pens would be less suitable.
so, for me, they are a good backup but not anything im especially fond of.
I use the gravity fisher pen when I'm on the ambulance writing reports or taking notes out in the snow or rain it works fine. It is a good pen and I wouldn't trade it for anything. I can write on plastic, metal or medical tape... All my partners always want to borrow it from me.
I carry one of these small ones since about three months and am truly impressed - one gets used to always having one around that it turns out to be a big problem once it is not where it is supposed to be. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/eek.gif I love it. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
Does anyone know a way to carry a Bullet on a keyring? A pen is the only tool that I don't EDC and want/need often.
I had a black Bullet years ago, I think it fell out of my pocket. Several months ago, I got a telescoping one and a chrome Bullet from Penwa. I then proceeded to fiddle with the telescoping feature through a series of job interviews. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/ooo.gif
I've found that the Space Pens are fine for back-up use, or even a day's worth of primary use, but anything more is hand torture.
I have one and don't use it. It's always blubbing when I start writing, bought a refill that was the same. I got tired of it and bought a Parker. It doesn't EDC as well as a bullet, but writes very smooth and doesn't blub. It's also funny that the Russians seem to use a normal pen in space and that works fine /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
Like I stated before my latest bullet pen is a reformulation and a redesigned cartridge since last year and does not blob or streak and is more fine line than the older ones and I love it, It works great. The cartridge is a PR#4 from july of last year and writes like a normal ball point, and the pen packaging stated the improvements and redesign on the package.