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    2nd generation Long Clicker in disguise!

    After completing Cynthia's prototype pen and sending it to her, I happened upon a design of a pen I quite fancied! Not the same style of pen, just the use of different woods that caught my eye.

    So here's what I came up with!


    This is Bolivian Rosewood with Indian Blackwood inserts defining the centre band. I placed the finger grip much closer to the nib end as well.

    Comments?
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    Nice disguise Mack. Like the double centerband...really adds some pow! Still not sold on clickers, but I'm moving in that direction
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Nice disguise Mack. Like the double centerband...really adds some pow! Still not sold on clickers, but I'm moving in that direction
    Hi Jim; Clip board carriers like clickers, my preference as well, although my carry pen is a double twist Cigar and the Perfect Fit. Go figure!

    The click on the Long Clicker is one of the best clickers, so those in the know say.
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
    It feels great to sell a pen,
    It feels even greater to give one to a friend!

    If your presence doesn't make an impact;
    Your absence won't make a difference!


    I am a proud supporter of
    "Pens for Canadian Peacekeepers"!

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