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    2 Slimlines

    One is BOW and the other Cherry. I have been wanting to try the one piece pen for a while now. Thought it would be harder than it was. The pen made of BOW is one of my favorite woods there is.
    Dennis

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    Both pens looks real nice, Dennis. I'm stumped...what's BOW?
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    I like your One Piece!
    I also like Bethlehem Olive Wood too! (BOW)
    Great fit and finish Well done!

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    Good job! Those one piecers are kind of cool aren't they!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Elm View Post
    ...I also like Bethlehem Olive Wood too! (BOW)...
    Thanks Les. I knew as soon as I saw what it meant I'd do this:

    I think I'll go add BOW to the Acronym List.
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    Very attractive.
    Yes, BOW is just about everyones favorite.
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    I love olive wood too. There's an olive grove and mill in Queen Creek and I'm just waiting for the chance to get some from there. hmmm would that QCOW...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Kranz View Post
    I have been wanting to try the one piece pen for a while now. Thought it would be harder than it was.
    Hey Dennis, I really like that one piece too. Could you point me towards a tutorial on how to do those?

    Thanks!
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    Great looking pens Dennis. I like the one piece.
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    These are from Ron Hossack. You will notice that he did the tut on one or two. Getting old can't remember how many.


    Slimline Gel
    http://www.redriverpens.com/pdf%20files/click%20pen.pdf

    Slimline
    http://www.redriverpens.com/pdf%20fi...20slimline.pdf

    Cigar
    http://content.penturners.org/articl...piececigar.pdf

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