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Save with this Starter Set! Includes 1 Cowboy Twist Pen Kit in Antique brass, 1 in Antique Copper and 1 in Antique Pewter. Plus you get the bushings and drill bit you need to make the pen. The American cowboy lives what he believes, and does not worry about conforming to anyone's mold. At the same time, a cowboy is a man of substance, strength and courage. The cowboy symbols on this pen are evidence of the real culture of hard work, horsemanship, and individualism. A replica of a tooled leather boot on top of the clip is the ultimate symbol of this American icon. The interlocking horseshoes around the center band are symbol of luck. While the stars throughout the pen design are a nod to the sheriffs of the Wild West, and stand for law, order and good will. Your gift recipient doesn't need to be a Cowboy to appreciate this pen; the symbolism of Cowboy and the Wild West is admired throughout the world. Smooth writing performance with a Parker® style refill.
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Added August 31, 2018 by Frank
"I give one to everyone I meet that rides or has a rider in the family."
"Loved this kit! A fun theme, and since the blanks are shorter, I find it faster to turn.
ONE concern: the first time I made one, the middle metal part didn't fit tightly in the bottom half of the pen. This was partially my fault, as I had milled down the tube and left 1/32" of blank above the tube, but even after I filed that down, it could still come out. A tiny drop of CA glue was an easy fix, but for an expensive kit...
I'm almost done with my second pen, and don't think this time it's an issue (assembly so far is good).
It's not a downside, but if you use your 7mm pen mill kit to clean, remember to move the tube around to get all the glue out. If the tubes aren't clean, forcing the metal parts in will crack your finished blanks.
It's a heavy pen because of the metal parts, so I expect it will be more of a desk pen.