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    Segmented Triton Rollerball pens

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    Emerald Green acrylic, 1/8" flat aluminum inserts, turned from Yellow Birch burl, plated in Chrome with 10k Gold accents.

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    Emerald Green acrylic, turned from English Elm burl, plated in 10k Gold with Chrome accents.
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    Now there's two really sharp looking pens. BTW did you ever get them blanks i sent ya and if you did were they any good for what ya do?

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    youre banging out some beautiful pens mack.
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    Wawouza Mack!! IMHO...I like the aluminum accent better, adds some visual or textural or taste bud thing...who knows!! For a young man of 43...you sure get it goin'!!
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    Great pens, Mack. Like Jim, I'd say the one with the aluminum accents is my favorite.
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    Dang, those is nice

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    another vote for the aluminum accent one /great pens Mack
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    Thanks everyone for your kind comments. I did the one with the aluminum insert after I did the one without it. My thoughts were the same as yours, it was lacking something, and the aluminum was it!

    Stephen: the blanks have arrived at my daughter's in MI. I've yet to see them. They won't be visiting here until June sometime. I will definitely be in touch with you when I lay my hands on them!
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    Beautiful Mack. I like them both.
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