I recently acquired a Doric with an adjustable nib for quite a deal as it had been chewed on by a dog. I had originally bought it for just the nib but decided to attempt a repair as I had not decided on how I wanted to use the nib.
Once I got it I decided to attempt to rebuild since I was not working on any other pen at the moment. I decided upon using epoxy putty and plastic dye to attempt my rebuild. Once I rebuilt the end I had to re-drill the body of the pen. I got very lucky in tracking down a replacement pressure bar and bar guide?(The piece that goes to the very end of the pen to guide the pressure bar). Once the epoxy dried it was a matter of lots and lots of sanding. Over all it was about about 3-4 hours of work over the course of a week. It still needs to be polished a little bit more but I think it is passable for what it is.
Edited by AustinJF, 15 August 2017 - 19:09.