Perhaps more elusive than acquiring one of these government-procured pens is the mystery surrounding the nature of the Embassy Pen's cap. Made in a private lab, the design of the pen intentionally doesn't allow for the cap to fit onto the back of the barrel for covert reasons not shared with the general public. Made from 6061-T6 anodized aluminum, C360 Free Machining Brass, or high-grade stainless steel and sporting a deep knurled grip, it's it an ideal (Manchurian) candidate for your daily carry. Inside the weighty Embassy Pen is a replaceable and pressurized Fisher Space Pen black ink cartridge that's good from -30º F to +250º F. Outside, there's a standard O-ring seal and a stainless steel clip with stonewashed finish. Made in the U.S.A. and individually serialized in batches of 1000 per production run, the Embassy Pen is currently in it's third revolution, is now available in stainless steel, and weighs more than twice the weight of the original Embassy Pen (now equal to about a roll of dimes).
Length: 5.25" / Diameter: .50" / Weight: 3.83 oz.