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Old 10-08-2018, 02:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Omega RBs in gunmetal. I'm liking this kit. I think it's the nicest RB/FP kit in the price range.

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Nice work !! . I am going to copy your ideas !
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Very nice Gary! Got some funky segmenting, but they work just fine. Thanks for sharing. Dots... I like dots
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They look great.
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Those are awesome! I really love the segmented!
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Great looking pens Gary. Did you purchase hardware direct from TM or do you have a distributor in the USA?
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Thanks. No, I ordered directly from Taylors Mirfield. Their shipping is reasonable and quick. I ordered a few other items from them at the same time I would normally get from US distributors and didn't pay anymore than I would have from the US.

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Very nice Gary! Got some funky segmenting, but they work just fine. Thanks for sharing. Dots... I like dots
It's the first time I incorporated the design with the dot into a 2-part pen. Normally I do them on Sierra or Aeros like this one.

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Nice work !! . I am going to copy your ideas !
Go for it! I've been inspired by enough folks in here over the years.

Just a note, I plane the strips down to their finished size then stabilize them individually. It's worked out well for me.

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