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Before And After - Pilot Decimo Extra Fine To Medium > Architect Point

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#1 RobertJWarren



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Posted 07 March 2017 - 18:30

Hi all


I bought this Decimo last year with an EF nib.  Never used it very much at all.  I have learned that I don't prefer the narrow line of a japanese EF nib.  So, last week while perusing Classic F Pens site, I thought why not try a John Mottishaw modified Architect Point (grind).  Received it yesterday.  See the picture below.



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#2 Tasmith


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Posted 07 March 2017 - 20:56

Wow!  What a difference.

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