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= General Information<br>  =
 
= General Information<br>  =
  
Available in both ballpoint single tube and [[Art Deco Rollerball and Fountain Pen|two tube roller ball and fountain pen]].<br>  
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Available in both ballpoint single tube and two tube roller ball and fountain pen.&nbsp; It is a capped style pen. <br>  
  
 
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The fittings are both 0.495"<br>  
 
The fittings are both 0.495"<br>  
  
Note:&nbsp;The bushings for this pen are the Majestic Squire bushings.&nbsp; So if you have a set of JohnnyCNC's TBC bushings, you are set.<br>  
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Note:&nbsp;The bushings for this pen are the Majestic Squire bushings<br>  
  
 
= Tube Length(s)  =
 
= Tube Length(s)  =
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! scope="row" | Length  
 
! scope="row" | Length  
| align="right" | 1.994"
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| align="right" | 1.950"
 
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This pen is only available at Penn State Industries<br>  
 
This pen is only available at Penn State Industries<br>  
  
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= Assembly tips  =
 
= Assembly tips  =
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= Common Pitfalls  =
 
= Common Pitfalls  =
 
If you have to dis-assemble the nib or clip, use a transfer punch to remove the fitting.&nbsp; The fitting is composed of several pieces that may separate when being driven out.&nbsp; If this happens, drill a 9mm or 23/64" hole in a scrap piece of acrylic and insert the tube portion of the fitting into the hole.&nbsp; Press the fitting back together.
 
 
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