- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Aside from the bullet pens, all of my items are 'What You See Is What You Get' as I do not mass produce my designs nor do I have any "made to order" items. I try and take pictures to allow you to get the best interpretation as to what you will be purchasing.
I am currently accepting PayPal as well as Etsy processing that will allow you to use a credit card as well as an Etsy Gift Card.
I ship all of my items via USPS First Class or Priority Mail with tracking. Insurance will be added to some items depending on their value. In most cases I get items shipped the same day (if ordered by noon Arizona Time), otherwise they will always go out within one business day.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
I am confident you will be pleased with your newly handcrafted items but if there is an issue please contact me within 15 days of delivery and I will work with you in resolving the issue.
If an item is damaged or lost in transit I will refund your money or replace the item with another like item once the USPS insurance monies are received. The problem with replacing, is each and every item is unique but I will work with you on helping you to decide.
To help prevent any damages to your new handcrafted item, I pack them with as much care as possible.
The pen is my art. The pen is my canvas and the acrylic or wood is my medium. Each and every item is unique and handmade.
I try my best at producing a quality product and take my time in turning and polishing each pen to it meets my expectations to make sure it exceeds your expectations.
I at this time do not handle custom orders. I put what I have made as it was made on Etsy. The item you see is the item you will get.
Most people prefer the tarnished look but if you want to polish it, I personally prefer Cape Cod Polishing Cloths or Maas Metal Polish. Neither one are strong smelling. Try to keep the polish off of the colored parts (copper, gunmetal, etc) as those are coated to protect the finish.
Real bullet pens: Pull the 2 halves apart (they are tight but they pull apart, try to not twist while pulling) and you can turn the threaded ink cartridge out and replace it with a standard Cross Refill.
- Roller Ball Pens: Remove the cap from the pen turn the 'nib' (the part where the ink cartridge pokes out) and the ink cartridge and spring should come right out. Don't lose the spring as the replacement may not come with an extra.
Ballpoint Pens: Most of these the 'nib' twists off (the part where the ink cartridge pokes out) and the ink cartridge and spring should come right out. Don't lose the spring as the new cartridge may not come with a new one.
If your pen isn't mentioned here please send me a message and I will gladly help.
All pens now come in a small black 8" x 2" gift box ready to wrap. If you select "send as gift" its all ready to go (minus the wrapping).
We don't do wrapping at this time but this will be added as a feature in the real near future.
I up-cycle range fired and military fired brass to create my bullet pens. Most of them if not all of them have some type of marking showing such use. I believe, so do others, that is adds a character to them that represents what is is and its past. I do bring some of the smaller scratches out in the polishing process. Enjoy the pen as it is, it tells a story.
I am planning to possibly adding some listings using new brass in the future that may have less marks and dings in them.