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Pen Type A - Solid Steel Pen

Pen Type A  was made with simplicity and durability in mind. This pen works with Hi-Tec-C ink cartridges which are usually employed by Hi-Tec-C pens. The creators of the Pen Type A thought that these amazing cartridges deserve a better housing and it doesn’t get better than solid steel.

Carry Profile

Graphic Designer / Firearms Instructor

  • Profession: Graphic Designer, Firearms Instructor, Range Safety Officer
  • Location: Philadelphia, PA - United States

I’m a Philly native graphic designer working as a firearms instructor and and range safety officer while my best friend and I get our business off the ground. We’re hoping to have a storefront and a small studio space in the next few years. I want to continue doing firearms instruction even after we get our shit together with our studio! All the stuff on the cutting mat is what is on my body (minus the eye pro and bushing wrench) regardless of if I’m working or not. Anyway, my EDC is as follows (clockwise from the pack)


Gear Breakdown

  • Grey Ghost Gear Lightweight Assault Pack - Amazon
  • Howard Leight Impact Electronic Ear Pro - Amazon
  • ESS Suppressor Eye Pro - Amazon
  • Magpul M3 PMag (20 Round)
  • Wilson Combat 1911 Barrel Bushing Wrench - Amazon
  • 3x 1911 Magazines w/230 Grain FMJ’s
  • Hogue Imitation Ivory White 1911 Grips (View Picture)
  • 1x Box of Hornady Critical Defense 185 Grain FTX’s
  • 2x Boxes of 230 Grain FMJ’s (PMC Bronze & Federal)
  • Kydex OWB Holster - Black Dog Concealment
  • Armscor 1911FS in .45 ACP w/ Magpul MOE grips
  • Kydex AIWB NOMAD Holster - T.Rex Arms
  • Kydex Micro Mag Carrier - T.Rex Arms
  • Chip McCormick Mags loaded w/Critical Duty
  • Muji 0.5mm Gel-Ink Ballpoint Pen - Amazon
  • Saddleback Leather Sleeve Wallet - Amazon
  • Explorer’s Press “Headed Somewhere” Keychain w/Jeep Key
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 w/Orange UAG case - Amazon
  • Carabiner w/Gerber Shard & house key - Amazon
  • Cold Steel Recon 1 - Amazon

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I'm a murderer

I got my right thumb (and my right hand actually but the thumb was the one to have a bad fatality) murdered for the 5th time. The tradition of the Last-day-of-the-sem rush is still active.

I remembered the first it first happened at the last day of our (me and my classmates) 1st sem being in the BS Civil Engineering curriculum. We were busy doing our Electrical Layouts then and finishing our laboratory exercises in Surveying.

On our 2nd sem (last day of 2nd sem) we were busy doing our project in Building Construction, a complete plan of a house with additional estimate. I was so angry that time that I had myself comforted by ice cream from Ministop Mendez.  

On the last day of the 1st sem in our 4th year, we were rush doing the Surveyed Road along Kaytapos to Pangil, Amadeo. 

2nd sem of 4th year, I forgot what made us busy during our last day.. My classmates will do the thinking for me, I guess.

And for the 1st sem, being a 5th year student, I experienced the same thing, the tradition of the the last-day-of-the-sem. Because of the SuperDuperLaziness Attack happened to me these past few days, I got my thumb murdered solving and writing problems in Reinforced Concrete and Steel Design. Ye, it was I who murdered my thumb..!