Liberty Pen Kit - Antique Satin Stainless
Liberty Pen Kit - Antique Satin Stainless
Liberty Pen Kit - Antique Satin Stainless
Liberty Pen Kit - Antique Satin Stainless

Liberty Pen Kit - Antique Satin Stainless

Regular price $19.00

Designed by Constant Laubscher, the Liberty is a single tube kit similar in size to many Sierra clones. It is a top twist pen that uses a Parker style refill. Embedded casters will enjoy the fact that this pen has a slightly thicker body than similar pens of this size.

The pen components are machined from solid stainless steel here in the US. We include a premium Schmidt 900M Black Ink Cartridge with every kit.

Antique Satin Stainless Finish - This finish is a low maintenance satin finish where we add just a bit of texture to the stainless. It is NOT plating and won't wear off. These feel great in the hand with just a tiny bit of texture on the section to hold on to vs polished metal.

Required Drill Bit: 27/64
Tube length: 56mm
Finished Lower Section Diameter: .498"
Finished Top Finial Diameter: .533"

As of December 18, 2021 these kits will ship with standard Sierra length tubes so the refill sticks out the proper amount.

Bushings sold by LaserLinez will not work with this kit. We've made a change to the top diameter so you'll need the McKenzie Penworks Liberty Bushings.

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A chameleon material, this blank is: from one angle gold ore; from another, silver ore; at a third, it is pyrite; and from another, it is all of these and more. Beautiful work, McKenzie Penworks. Great job guys. keep it up

Penchant 4
Los Angeles, CA

So many words to describe this blank; dazzling, spectacular, brilliant, are just a few to start the list. I only wish we could post pictures so I could see what others have done with this and other Diamondcast products. Maybe server space won't allow it. Think about it anyway, Tim. ;-)

Darren Koele

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