As I have a few spare Baoer 388 to play around with (i.e. less than 3 .$ US a pop on ebay ) , I am planning to convert it to an eye-dropper pen . The reason is simple enough : the Baoer has pronounced matching lips between the grip section and the pen body . It is quite easy to fit an O-ring in between . I am curious to know if it's safe to allow direct contact between the metal pen body and ink in the long run ? I have seen many eye-dropper pens with plastic or non-metal pen body and wonder if ink corrosion might be the case in metal fountain pen ? Please advise and comment . Thanks
Edited by jobodine, 03 March 2018 - 15:48.