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    questions for you pen turners

    Is there a pen kit that will take the G2 insert? Here's a link showing what they are.


    http://www.officedepot.com/a/product...:referralID=NA

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    I'm sorry John, don't know for sure. Nothing I am turning unless it would fit in Woodturningz.com's click bullet pen, but been long enough, can't remember what the refill looks like. Sorry.
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    A Classic American will. Just bought two refills yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Shiverdecker View Post
    A Classic American will. Just buoght two refills yesterday.

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    If that's true... then they may be fully Parker-compatible, in which case they'll fit quite a number of different pen kits.
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    I don't think they will fit the Parker compatible's... if you remember the Parket refils have a notched tooth like end that fits in the transmission of the twist pens... but might fit most of the rollerball kits, especially the larger ones.
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    Bruce, is that the Classic American kit that wood craft has?

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    YEP, it is!
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    Looks like a Schmidt 888f refill used in most CS rollerballs. Probably wrong, but look and see.
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    For those interested, Parker has both click type pens and capped pens similar to the Classic American.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Looks like a Schmidt 888f refill used in most CS rollerballs. Probably wrong, but look and see.
    Reminded me of the dutchman too. Looked a bit fat to be a Parker. But hard to tell from a pic.
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