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Double Post, My Apologies--Pilot Custom 823 Broad Vs Western Medium

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#1 jburchett


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Posted 21 March 2017 - 19:00



I am looking into the Pilot Custom 823 and am curious how the broad nib might compare to a western medium. The only Pilot nibs I've used are a fine and medium, and know those usually run a little bit more narrow than a western nib of the same size. Does the broad Pilot size compare more to the western medium, or is the Pilot broad more to a "true" broad? 


Thanks for any input or advice! 


My apologies for the dreaded double post.. 

Edited by jburchett, 21 March 2017 - 19:10.

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