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Thread: Just finished, a Triton Rollerball Pen!

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    Just finished, a Triton Rollerball Pen!

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    Not a great picture, my Canon S5 IS decided to give up the ghost, and I had to use an SX 200 IS which I'm not used to. Looks like the new Canon SX 60HS is in my future.

    Anyway this is a chrome plated Triton Rollerball with red acrylic and aluminum inserts. The wood is Manitoba Maple Burl, known in other places around the world as Box Elder!
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    wow. another beauty.
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    Who posted this pen? I knew an old pen turner extradinairre with this name but he retired. I know it can't be that guy, I even told him to not sell his lathe.

    All kidding aside, glad to see you back at it Mack. It is a beautiful pen. I to your skills!
    Jon

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    yup i think he remembered what he learned and looks great mac!!
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    Great job as always Mack
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    Lovely wood color Mack and the red is a good match imo. Like the idea of a cap keeps the ink off the pocket.

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    cheers

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    Super job. I like the combination of colors they work well with this kit.
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    That's a beauty, Mack!
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    Absolutely gorgeous Mack! I was starting to miss your pens here.!
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    Good to see you haven't lost a step ol' friend!
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