WWII Bullet Pen
This World War II rollerball pen is housed inside of an authentic 50 caliber shell fired in the 1940s from a P47 fighter plane during WWII Advanced Fighter Pilot Training
Each shell was buried in the ground for nearly 70 years before they had to be dug out one by one when a racetrack was about to be built in the area around the Millville Army Airfield in Millville, NJ
A portion of each sale goes directly to the Millville Army Airfield Museum in Millville, NJ. This was home to the nation's first defensive airbase and served as advanced training grounds for the P47 Thunderbolt fighter pilots. Only a limited number of shells are usable for this pen. The "43" stamped on the bottom shows the bullet was produced in 1943.
Made in the USA
Each pen is individually handcrafted and therefore may vary in look and feel
- The pen uses a standard Schmidt style rollerball cartridge which can be replaced by unscrewing the front tip
All pens are handcrafted by Master Pen Craftsman and are made in America.Americana
Each is individually hand made and each varies in look and feel both in grain and shape.
All History Salvaged product is guaranteed authentic and made utilizing the wood describe and in conjunction with our partner clients.
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