Legacy Comfort Pen Kit - Gold

$2.99
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SKU:
Legacy_Comfort_Kit_Gold
UPC:
846817011132
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Style:
Comfort
Type:
Pen
Finish:
Gold
Detail:
Twist
Size:
7mm Tube
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Legacy Woodturning Comfort Pen Kit in Gold Finish

Legacy Comfort Pen Kits have a standout design that will make them one of your favorites. They use 7mm pen components, similar to Slimline and Fancy kits, except for a wider center band and a silicone comfort grip. You can make the pen with or without the included grip.These are compatible with other Comfort pen kits. This is a popular pen kit and is used by new pen turners as well as seasoned veterans. Offered in a large variety of finishes.

Features:
  • Finish: Gold
  • Type: Ballpoint Twist; Uses Cross Style Refill
  • Tube Size: Two 7mm Tubes; Requires 7mm Drill Bit
  • Blank Size: 5/8" x 5" (Not Included)
  • This is a woodturning project; tools, drill bits, bushings, blanks are not included.
More Info:
  • Items you may need to complete this kit (sold separately):
  • Legacy Bushings
  • Legacy Pen Mill
  • Legacy or Hurricane Pen Mandrel
  • Legacy Pen Blank
  • Hurricane CA Adhesives
  • Hurricane Abrasives

The Legacy Woodturning brand features a full line of pen turning and project kits for the woodturner. We offer hundreds of different styles of pen kits, pencil kits and project kits. You will also find a full line of pen blanks and turning blanks made from domestic and exotics woods, acrylic and more. Legacy also offers a line of pen and project tools and accessories. If you want to create your own Legacy ... do it with Legacy Woodturning products!

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  • 5
    Nicer shape than slimline

    Posted by Bartlett on 09 18 2017

    At the risk of starting a battle, may I suggest that Freedom Pens be "Comfort" rather than "Slimline". I have checked the size on my US Navy issued jump suit sleeve pen pockets and its fits just fine. Most of the people that are making Slimline pens make the ends so fat anyway that they are bigger than these pens.

    Also, I don't use the rubber grip. Unless you glue it on (real challenge there) it will move around. By the way, the nib, clip, transmission, back button and brass tubes are EXACTLY the same as what is used on Slimline kits.