Hmm, I covered this in the previous section, didn't I? Well then, moving right along...
Obviously I really like the TBP. Besides being a really well made product, it has a simple purpose and fulfills it really well. For me, it was exactly the thing I needed to show me that pencils can be a part of my daily carry while not being fragile. You could probably roll a TBP across a freeway of heavy traffic and still have a nice sharp point on your pencil when it reaches the other side.
On the other hand, if you don't need something quite so beefy and prefer the lightweight feel of a bare pencil, I don't think this is for you. A couple packs of point protectors is probably easier and far more economical if that's your jam.
Giveaway Time! -> THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANKS!
If you made it this far, yay! When I was ordering my TBP, I could not decide whether I wanted the silver or black version and I had some extra funds in my PayPal from selling a pen, so I bought both. However, I don't need two of these bullet pencils and I want to share some pencil love with you, my readers. Thus, I am giving away the silver bullet pencil in the pictures above, which has never been used except to take the pictures here. (I fell for the black one when I saw how well it matched my Al-Sport, can you blame me?) If you win, you will get the silver bullet pencil with brass nub, the two pink erasers, and three 602 stubs. And maybe some other goodies, who knows. :-)
All you need to do to enter is fill out the form below and make sure to put in your email address so that I can contact you if you win. I'll run this until the end of the month and draw a winner on October 1st. Feel free to enter regardless of where you live, but bear in mind that if you are international I will chose the most economical shipping method available so it might take a while to get there.