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    how do you refill?

    this style of pen? i got what i think is the right refill but cant get to the old one,, bought some parker style BP refills from woodcraft


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    Ummmmm....Hmmmm...well, uh...I'll be the first to say it...what pen?
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    Jim, Probably he bought "invisible ink"? for that pen

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    thet narras it a bit down ol son, but ken ye show the res of the refill?
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    Looks like a cigar style which would make it a Parker. Even if it's not a cigar...it's a Parker tranny.
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    thats my point i dont know how they get the empty one out??? cant believe that the turners make disposable pens so that once they are empty you need to buy another

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    [QUOTE=larry merlau;369642]thats my point i dont know how they get the empty one out???
    cant believe that the turners make disposable pens so that once they are empty you need to buy another
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    Larry: the nib end unscrews, and it takes a Parker style refill! You're welcome!
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    so the end where the ponit is called nib right? and normal threads or left hand threads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    so the end where the ponit is called nib right? and normal threads or left hand threads?
    Hi Larry; The pen style is called a Polaris Twist. Nib end = pointy end! Turn left to unscrew, right hand screw to replace!

    So easy even you can do it! Sorry Old Timer, just had to say it!
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