WoodRiver - Firemans Click Ballpoint Pen Kit - Gunmetal & Chrome (Blank, Bit and Bushings Sold Separately)
First responders and firefighters make the conscious decision every day to work under some of the most dangerous conditions imaginable. The Fireman’s Pen Kit pays homage to all of the brave men and...
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• Durable plated finish
• Single barrel design, simple and easy to make
• Uses bushing set #160834 (sold separately)
• Smooth and quiet click mechanism equipped with a quality Parker style refill
• Requires a pen blank, 10mm drill bit, and pen mandrel, all sold separately
Note: Due to the wall thickness of the brass tube it will be necessary to use a 3/8" pen mill pilot shaft. Kit utilizes bushing set #160834 - Lever Action & Fireman's Pen Kits.
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May is a month of celebrations that honor the people who protect us in a variety of circumstances: Emergency Medical Technicians, Firefighters, Police Officers and Military Personnel. To say “thank you” to these men and women who put their lives on the line every day to protect us, why not make a memorable gift in the form of a special handmade writing instrument?
hard to write with
This is a really beautiful kit. the detail is excellent. I have made 2 with the thin red line blank as gifts to firefighter friends. my issue is that the refill only sticks out a short way so to write you have to have the pen almost vertical. I tried many things to make it project farther but I think the tube is a fraction too long. next time I make one I am going to mill it past the normal end of tube by a small amount.
Just a wonderful pen. Goes together smoothly, and is really a unique pen. People love it.
Made this kit as a birthday gift for my brother. I used the stars and wavy stripes acrylic blank, came out looking amazing. I wish I could post a customer photo.
Not the most comfortable, BUT
This is the best themed pen I have seen. I simply cannot keep them.
Not the most comfortable to write with, but I wanted one for myself (30 yr volunteer FF/EMT). Wound up having to sell it. I described it to a couple of customers at our dog boarding kennel and have orders for 3 more. The biggest challenge is finding the right blank. With departments switching back to wood ladders (they don't conduct electricity and can be repaired) I am hoping a maple wood blank strikes a cord.
I have made a few of these and they are wonderful! Even sold a couple and gave a couple to firemen friends for their B-days. Being a retired fireguy myself, I need to purchase a couple more so that I can save one for myself. Look great, work great. Just live the lever action pens.