Create a pen that represents one of the most popular gun-styles in the USA. The individual details of the pen create stylistic authenticity in homage to these rifles: The pen tip: Represents the Picatinny rail of the rifle. The tip is CNC machined from solid Aluminum, consistent with true semi-auto rifle materials for a lightweight, ergonomic design. The muzzle brake or "compensator", which redirects exploding gunpowder gases and counters recoil, is located at the tip of our pen. The pen cap end: Is inspired by the rifle's lower-receiver. This is the part of the gun that accommodates the trigger, safety, magazine housing, and carry handle/rear sights. The pen end, or buttstock which is the end of the gun that rests against the user's shoulder, has been adapted as a scope. The scope easily rotates and flips into an upward and seats magnetically when retracted. The pen clip: Represents the carry handle and peep sight of the rifle. The mechanism: The side-click arm represents the bolt-group and trigger of the rifle. The mechanism is clicked or "fired" forward to extend the refill. Easy to make: with a 3/8in. tube and smooth writing performance with a Parker style refill.
I turned the barrel of the first pen from a piece of acrylic called urban camo, a mixture of various shades of gray. After turning, I sanded the acrylic to 12000 grit then finished it with acrylic friction polish to a high shine which goes quite well with the antique pewter of the hardware. The second pen was made from a piece of gray, brown and green acrylic and was coupled with drab (olive?) green hardware.
Length/Depth: 8 in
Width: 2 in
Height: 2 in
$3.00 (Flat rate on multiple orders from this seller)
Option to pick up the product in person instead of shipping
Delivery and pickup restrictions may apply: USPS first class
Please note that I'm in Sioux Falls, SD and so any local pickup would need to be here.
My family has been making crafts and selling them at craft shows for over 30 years. We have met lots of fantastic people during that time.
This is the first time we've set up at a virtual event so I didn't know how to display my items. To that end, I placed several similar but different items under most of my listings. So if an item looks interesting, please take a closer look at the page for that item because you may find just what you want hiding in the variations.