Kitless clicker for the wife

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Here's my second kitless clicker. The blanks are alumilite from MuttBlanks. Making these kitless pens gives you total freedom, It's pretty fun!
 

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I got the mechanism from Milans pens, though Richard Greenwald sells them too. Got my first one from Richard.

Brad and Mike, thank you for the compliment. I'm quite happy with this one!
 

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Exceptional Pen, Lewis.
Beautiful Blank, the Nib Section is very Substantial, was there a reason for it?
Excellent Turning, and Threading.
Well Done,
Brian.
 

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Exceptional Pen, Lewis.
Beautiful Blank, the Nib Section is very Substantial, was there a reason for it?
Excellent Turning, and Threading.
Well Done,
Brian.

Brian,

I made the nose cone longer because my wife wanted it to be dished some for grip improvement. The way she likes to grip the pen would place the dished section at the the joint between the cone and body. I didn't want to reduce diameter too much at the joint. I'm sure it wouldn't be a problem, but figured I'd do this and see how we like it.

Lewis
 
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