Fireman's Ballpoint Pen Kit - Chrome & Gunmetal

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A unique pen kit to honor of the men and women who put their lives on the line every day.
 

  • $19.95
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  • Weight
    2 oz
  • SKU
    EK-1609-B-GN-CHR

In honor of the men and women who put their lives on the line every day.

Firefighters and First Responders choose to work under the most dangerous conditions imaginable, whether rushing into a burning building or providing emergency rescue services. This Fireman's Ballpoint Pen Kit was designed to honor and remember Firefighters and First Responders and their bravery and commitment to keeping the community safe. This Berea pen kit takes a Parker style refill.

Please Note: The 10mm tube used in this kit is a thicker brass than what is used in a regular 10mm tube. The outside is 10mm but the inside diameter is smaller than a standard 10mm barrel trimmer. You will need to use the next smaller size - or use the sanding method to face your tubes.

Berea Hardwoods Pen Kit Logo

Thin red line pen blanks used on the pen in the photo.

Kit Includes -

  • Pen Kit Components (Pen blank not included)
  • Parker Style Ballpoint Refill
  • Brass Tube

Mix and Match the Fireman's Kits with other pen kits to achieve the best discount levels!

 
To make this pen kit you may also need:
Firemans Pen Kit Instructions
 Firemans Pen Kit Instructions
10mm drill bit
 10mm Drill Bit
Firemans Pen Kit Bushings
 Fireman's Bushings
Extra Firemans Brass Tubes
 Extra Firemans Brass Tubes
3/4 x 3 Pen Blank
Pen Blank Size
 

 

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  • May 26, 2017, 10:00 AM
    This pen went together easily, and looks great. It uses the same bushings as the Lever Action pen, so that's a plus. I used the Thin Red Line blank. If you're going to use this blank on this pen, note that lining up the red line properly can be a challenge. I took it apart twice before getting the alignment correct (I wanted it in line with the ax clip).

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