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Item 162555
Model 1602/B-BC

WoodRiver - Survival Pen Kit - Black Chrome



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Always be prepared for any situation! That was something my grandfather would always tell me. The Survival Ballpoint Pen Kit can help you always be prepared. Kit features a solid, triangular shaped glass breaking crown to strike an assailant or to break glass. Need to make a fire in an emergency situation? Kit contains a ferro rod to do just that; the clip doubles as the striker. And did I mention that it writes? Kit is equipped with a quality Parker style ink refill. Truly a pen you will never want to be without! Wood and man-made blanks sold separately. Kit requires the use of #162556 Survival Pen Kit Bushings along with a 33/64" and 27/64" drill bit all sold separately.


• Packed with features to help in those emergency situations

• Durable plated finish

• Double barrel construction

• Kit requires a blank made of wood or man-made material, bit, mandrel and bushings, all sold separately



3.0 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Unique but costly

    Firstly, this is a unique kit and potential to be a big seller because of the niche. However, you'll have to sell a lot of them to make them cost efficient for production. It's a $20 kit to begin with, and then you have to get the bushing set, 2 fairly obscure drill bit sizes, and 2 fairly obscure reamer or sanding sleeve sizes. It's a $65 kit just to make 1 and that's before your blanks! It would be a lot better and a lower price point and with more traditional tube sizes. Also, the center bushings are 2 pieces and hard to tell the difference in size.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Great kit

    Enjoyed making this pen. It went together really well and looks great with the heavily spalted oak I used to make it. The instructions are straight forward, but I would prefer if the center bushings (between cap and body) were a single bushing instead of two seperate bushings. The exterior dimensions of the top and bottom cap bushings are only a fraction of an inch different and I had to use my micrometer to confidently tell them apart. I also feel this is more of a $15 kit versus a $20 kit. A better price would make this a five star kit.

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