- High quality Cedar wood construction, topped with an aluminum alloy ferrule and latex eraser
- Soft #2 HB lead, perfect for scantrons, art sketching, mathematics, reports, and other writing uses
- Latex eraser erases any potential writing mistakes
- Taran Tactical Innovations branding to show support for your favorite Hollywood competition shooting trainer
- Authentic Dixon Ticonderoga branding, paint, and materials
Voted the world's best pencil, perfect for all sorts of needs and a versatile tool for mankind all around, from doodling beagles frolicking in fields, to massacring a group of dangerous armed individuals who messed with the wrong man.
With beginnings back in 1812, the Ticonderoga pencil had gone through many years of early American innovation to replace the Quill Pen during the Civil War, and finally introduced to mass production in 1872.
This Dixon Ticonderoga is specifically branded by Taran Tactical Innovations, and carries all the qualities of the beloved classic conceived in 1913 the iconic yellow painted body, distinctive green and yellow metal ferrule, and pink latex eraser all enclosing a high quality #2 HB soft grade graphite for a high-quality writing experience.
Purchase a iconic piece of history and a replica from the John Wick series as used by Keanu Reeves, in un-sharpened form to sharpen to your preferred length for all your writing
Manufacturer: Dixon Ticonderoga, Licensed by Taran Tactical Innovations
Cedar Wood, Aluminum Alloy, Graphite, LatexLead Type:
#2 HB GraphiteLength:
Please do not use this pencil as a weapon.
We cannot warranty this pencil in the event of breakage due to user error, rough writing habits, or other unintended uses.
About Taran Tactical Innovations
Taran Butler was born in Hollywood and grew up in Southern California on a horse ranch watching cowboy western films and shooting single-action revolvers and lever-action rifles at cans with his brother. His first taste of competitive shooting took place at a local indoor event with a Glock-24 borrowed by legendary stuntman Bruce Barber (The truck driver from First Blood with the m60 in the back of the truck ). He shot his first Southwest Pistol League match in January 1995 placing 7th out of 118 shooters. He went from unclassified to Grandmaster in just a little over a year and was the first person in USPSA history to do so using a Glock. Over the years, Taran has gone on to win 23 consecutive South West Pistol League Championships in the open and limited division. For his excellence, he was honored with the covetous title of Combat Master; A title only held by 18 other legendary shooters such as Jeff Cooper ( First Ever Combat Master), Ray Chapman, Mickey Fowler, and Mike Dalton. He has won major pistol championships in USPSA Open, Limited, Limited 10, Production, and Single Stack divisions. He has won IDPA National titles, Steel Challenge World Championships, and IPSC World Shoot Gold Medals in countries around the world.
Taran is the first ever USPSA Multigun National Tactical Champion. He is considered one of the most versatile shooters in the world. He is also the first and only USPSA Multigun Triple Crown National Champion by winning the Limited, Tactical, and Open Divisions. He has won the SSM 3-G Championship for eleven years in row; the longest winning streak in 3-gun competition history. Taran is the only person to every win the Arizona Triple Crown by winning the Western States Single Stack Championship, SSM 3-G Championship, and Area 2 in Limited and Open divisions in the same year. He has won all three of these matches, three years in a row. Taran won the Ft Benning Open Championship against the best Open Division shooters in the world.
Taran has trained movie producers, directors and actors including James Cameron, Michael Mann, Keanu Reeves, Shemar Moore, Michael B Jordan, Jennifer Garner, Collin Farrell, Chris Hemsworth, and Josh Duhamel. Taran has worked on location or hosted movie training at his 20 acre range for many films including Public Enemies, Miami Vice, Transformers, The Kingdom, Avatar, and Savages. Taran is a reoccurring guest expert on History Channels Top Shot.