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Old 11-27-2018, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I am wondering if i can change inserts. From a twist pen to a gel or rollerball
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You can interchange a Parker-style ball point with a Parker-style -gel - not a roller ball.
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I happen to prefer the Montverde gel (for a Parker-style pen). https://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&ke...l_48trmtrb0d_e
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Thank you very much. Im guessing these just thread right in like the ballpoint does
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Thank you very much. Im guessing these just thread right in like the ballpoint does

Parker style refills do not thread in. Cross style refills do but there are not many options when it comes to a cross refill. What style of "twist pen" are you making?
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Slimeline or trimline or funline.
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What style of pens do the parker fit. Sorry. I know there are a lot of pens and i dont know the styles
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Most any ballpoint except the 7mm slimline variety. The info for each kit pn vendor sites should tell if the inkfill is a cross style or a parker style.
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