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Old 02-11-2014, 10:37 PM
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Bolt action pens

Here are some Bolt action pens I make...most are $45 shipping included I have Olivewood, red oak, cocobolo, brazilian walnut, Brazilian rose wood, leopard wood. The more expensive ones are $75 shipping included which are tru-stone: blue turquoise with gold streaks and white with black. Takes Parker style refills.

Colors for the metal/bolt action portions are:

24K gold plate
Gun metal gray
Enamel black
Antique brass
Chrome

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Any questions let me know thanks!

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Old 02-12-2014, 08:06 PM
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Very interesting! Do you have more pics of how they work? Are the innards (I'm sure there is a more technical term.) replaceable?
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Yes these take parker style refills the "bullet" tip unscrews and theres a spring which slides out with the refill. this pic you can see the bolt in the closed position. In the first pic you can see the turquoise pen is extended and the "bolt" moves forward and locks in place. The bolt and clip can be reversed for left handed users.

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Maple burl with purple. On black enamel.

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Nice work and I have done a few of these. Guys there great gifts and also everyone that sees them will try to take it away from you.
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Yeah I sold one to a friend and he says the same thing!
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Are you using anything different to turn the tru-stone? That stuff is nice and I have a few pieces to turn for a guy. But just have not broke down and turned them.
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Are you using anything different to turn the tru-stone? That stuff is nice and I have a few pieces to turn for a guy. But just have not broke down and turned them.
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Just carbide bit...slow is the key or it fractures and turns into a bunch of pieces...I think it turns easier than acrylic.
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Thanks for the info. I'm sure if it can be messed up I can do it.
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Drilling, make sure you go a little at a time and dont let the shavings build up or try to drill it all at once or the pressure will crack/fracture it.
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Drilling, make sure you go a little at a time and dont let the shavings build up or try to drill it all at once or the pressure will crack/fracture it.
Thanks will sure keep that in mind when I get started. I have some Cherry Burl blanks that are like that also. Better clean out the shavings and go slow or its going to be scrap fast.
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Thanks will sure keep that in mind when I get started. I have some Cherry Burl blanks that are like that also. Better clean out the shavings and go slow or its going to be scrap fast.
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Ive done that a few times with different materials including tru-stone learning as I go gets expensive!
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Once fired 50 cal. Twist pen. Available in digital camo, desert camo and urban camo...or made to order. $35 shipping included. Two styles to choose from: one takes cross style refills and the other takes parker style refills none take Both.

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