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  1. #16
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    Well Everyone Here is part 2 of Edblysards Siera/Wall Street modification. I hope it does the job.

    Cheers Ian

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    This was the pen that brought me to this site

    Great job

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    Welcome aboard ,apple320 A liitle digging around here and who knows what might turn up hehe ,it's all about sharing our addiction lol, cheers ~ John
    G'day all !Enjoy your stay !!!

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    Picked up another WallStreet II, (Sierria) and as I suspected, the nib on the nose cone can be removed simply by inserting a 1/4" rod, holding the nose cone assembly in you hand and whacking the rod with a scrap piece of wood, the nib simply pops out, and the black nose cone can be wiggled off the center ferrule, it is no longer glued on, the nib holds it in place.


    With the tube that is pressed into the ferrule, it is much more easy to chuck up the ferrule and support the end with a live center, and turn the ferrule shoulder down.


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    Hello there, I am new to this forum, I would like to say excellent tutorial for the sierra pen. This has been extremely helpfull in making my own mods to sierra's

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    Welcome aboard Hobo, you won't find a friendlier and more helpful bunch than right here If you are into advanced mods like the sierra ones you mentioned you must be well on the addicted path hehe, feel free to ask and show your work , Cheers ~ John
    G'day all !Enjoy your stay !!!

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    Thanks for the welcome, I wouldn't say I am advanced or experienced, lets just say I have an enquiring(?) mind and often like to change/ improve things a bit. The sierra's are generally nice kits and easy to turn but I got a little bored by them so had to try to modify. I tried the celtic knots but my cutting was not accurate enough so I took a kit to bits and did something similar to Ed's classy example. I would post an example but I am not what would classed as computer literate, I can switchit on and thats about it.

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    Thanks to Dorno for pointing this one out a real nice kit having seen the one he got off edblysard.

    Ian will you be doing a 3rd pdf with the latest instructions??

    Or are you worn out from all your mid night swims

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    Are the PDF's still available ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Hodsdon View Post
    Are the PDF's still available ?
    I'd also like to know....

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    I'd also like to know if the PDF is still available. I've made several Sierra pens and intend to attempt this. An incredable tutorial.

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