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  1. #1
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    Stealthy

    Winchester .308 Rifle Cartridge Pen.
    Finished with Krylon Dual Superbond Flat Black and baked at 350F for 3 hours.
    Used actual bullet for the nib.

    Les



    Innovation is the process that renews something that already exists and not, as is commonly assumed, the introduction of something new.

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    stunning as always....
    Chuck
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    Slick looking pens! Great looking.

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    Very nifty. Should sell quickly.
    "Folks is funny critters."

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    Well done, Les. That's a cool look.
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    I like it
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    I really like seeing what you do with all your bullet pens Les. A lot of creativity really well executed. When you bake your enamel do you use a toaster oven or a regular one. How well does this hold up as a finish compared to commercial plating's like 24k gold, gun metal or others?
    I love making wood spin while I poke it with sharp metal objects.

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    Tim, I use an old toaster oven.
    Haven't had them out there that long to see how well the enamel will stand up for wear.

    Les
    Innovation is the process that renews something that already exists and not, as is commonly assumed, the introduction of something new.

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