A classic fountain pen manufactured using a choice of .30 calibre cases.
The case has been necked up to accept the fountain pen mechanism and the primer pocket bored to accept the tail section.
Price shown is for the basic conversion, please remember to add your choice of finished cap.
Photograph is of a .30-06 pen. However as a result of changes by supplier the fittings may or may not be exactly as shown.
This pen uses classical gentlemans fountain pen furniture and so customisation of the pen clip is not available.
Sourced from Whyte & Mackay Invergordon and used by the Dalmore distillery to create their classic Highland Malt Whisky range.
A darker slighty closer grained wood to its English cousin.
A hard, coarse textured wood with a light and distinctive straight, layered grain.
Acrylic sections coloured to create irregular but disctinctive patterns in the form of military camoflage.
A coarse textured hardwood with distinct irregular growth rings.
Burr woods are produced when a swelllng or eruption called a burr occurs on the side of a tree. The wood weaves intricate swirls and is a highly prized wood used in carvings, marquetry, veneers and instrument making, as such it commands a premium price.
Figuring will vary from batch to batch.
A heavy, hard open grained hardwood with a rich chocolate brown colour. A traditional wood favoured by gunsmith the world over for making rifle and shotgun stocks.
A light, creamy-brown coloured wood with a straight grain and lustrous surface when finished.
A straight grained, coarse textured hardwood.
Colour ranges from a medium Orange to a darker Red/Brown and sometimes with darker black streaks. Colour tends to darken with age, though it tends to maintain its colour better than other colourful exotic woods.
This particular batch is a uniform Red/Brown colour with a hint of pink.
Related to the Maple, Sycamore is a lustrous white to yellowish wood with a fine and even grain.
A soft fine straight grain which can yeild several colours from almost pure white to a brown/green.
The white wood is most suitable for the application of decals.
A durable wood with great flex and strength. It has a yellowish colour with distinct growth rings.
It is the wood traditionally used in the making of the English long Bow.