Whether I or anyone else eyedroppers a pen that can be is typically insignificant to me and is best left to the whim of the moment. Something about this pen though.....it begs to be eyedroppered, imho; the converter inside doesn't look "right." I began a Model 02 Antique Glass thread in FP Reviews, I hope you will feel free to join in with pics of yours and to show some of the ink flow since a specific blue is an important part of what you chase in a pen.
The ink shade is just something you learn. My favorite ink is Iroshiuku Kon-Peki. I had noticed that some pens write darker or lighter with that ink. A friend gave be a bottle of Iroshiuku Ama-Iro which is a shade lighter and in the wetter pens it looks the same as Kon-peki and in drier pens it is too light. It's not really the pen but the nib. With the M Stub in the pocket 66 Kon-Peki is too dark, but with the F nib its the shade I like. Each nib will have its own rules on what it likes. I expect even two of the same grade nib will just flow differently with some inks. It is part of the fun of fountain pen ownership!
I also have pens inked up with teal, green, purple, and red inks mostly Pilot Iroshiuku inks. Years ago I only used dark blue and I have bottles of Montblanc, Visconti, and Private Reserve that I never use now from them feeling too dark.