Afghanistan Service Ribbon Laser-Cut Inlay Pen Kit Blank  Zoom

Afghanistan Service Ribbon Laser-Cut Inlay Pen Kit Blank

Item #: 49818
$19.99
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Overview

The Afghanistan Service Ribbon Laser-Cut Inlay Pen Blank honors those who served in the War in Afghanistan. It consists of thirteen colored strips against a curly maple backdrop. A portion of the proceeds from this product will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. The ribbon itself is made up of thirteen dyed strips set off against a beautiful curly maple backdrop. Fits Manhattan Pen Hardware Kits.

Features:

Fits Manhattan Pen Hardware Kits (Sold Separately)
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard): 2

Tech Spec

Manufacturer Part Number INL121.AFSR.MHTN
Weight (lbs) 1.0000
Style Military

What's included:

(1) Afghanistan Service Ribbon Laser-Cut Inlay Pen Blank
(1) Set of instructions

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An honorable project worthy of it's beauty.

Barney Posted May 13, 2014
This blank was a delight and an honor to work on.
The parts fit nicely and was easy to put together. The instructions were concise and simple to follow.
After gluing, turning, sanding and CA finish, the blank looked beautiful. It was easy to install on the Manhattan pen kit.
I have never enjoyed putting a pen together as I have this one. My brother-in-law is going to love this pen when I present it to him in Memorial Day. Honor a Veteran-build this pen!

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