Kitless copper

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lorbay

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I was inspired a few weeks ago by Wizard with his "touch of copper" post. I have not done or posted a kitless pen in a long time so it was due.
Solid copper roller ball. cap threads are 12 x .8 mm triple start. Refill end is 3/8" x 24 tpi . With a Parker refill
Lin
 

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jttheclockman

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I like it alot. I also like the fact that you made it a rollerball instead of fountain pen. It gives me inspiration to someday break out the dies and give this a try. Something I never attempted but always admire when they come up. great job and thanks for showing.
 

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Good job. Looking forward to seeing the little one. Or do You mean half the diameter?
Pete, tongue and cheek kinda, not really half the size but I am going to reduce the diameter dramatically, This one is a 12mm trip start and I am going for a 10mm. So we will see on the weight.
Lin
 

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Thank you guys. I am now going to try one half this size for my wife's girlfriend. Christmas present with any luck.
Lin
Nice looking pen!!

Is it heavy? i like heavy and solid pens and it seems this one really is.

Jordi
 

lorbay

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Thank you guys. I am now going to try one half this size for my wife's girlfriend. Christmas present with any luck.
Lin
Nice looking pen!!

Is it heavy? i like heavy and solid pens and it seems this one really is.

Jordi
Jordi, yes it is a heavy pen I have not weighed it yet, but I will today as I am going to make one a lot smaller for a lady. This one is a great guy (manly) pen. Hopefully it ok to say that, it by no means a sexist remark.
Lin
 
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