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Old 04-12-2018, 07:33 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Actually, my question was phrased in terms of feeling any discomfort from the beak when you are writing ... but basically the same concern, right ?
No discomfort from the beak....but the pen is top heavy and feels strange to write with. It's definitely not a comfort pen. (But I use cheap thin pens to write with).
They might be great sellers. Like car people and pool players that buy everything the bikers enjoy related doodads.
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Just made 5 of these. They sold almost instantly. Fun to make. I used the flame cutouts. Not a pen I would carry but they would look great on a desk or display case.

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Thanks a lot for posting this pic.

I assume that by "cutouts" you are referring to the inlay blanks.

Did you buy those inlay blanks from PSI ?

They look a lot like similar blanks sold by Kallenshaanwoods.com for Sierra kits.
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Just made 5 of these. They sold almost instantly. Fun to make. I used the flame cutouts. Not a pen I would carry but they would look great on a desk or display case.

Very nice.
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