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A Somewhat Critical View Of The Pilot Custom 823

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#61 mke


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Posted 11 July 2019 - 22:21

> "Nonetheless, the line, however smooth and reliable, is boring. It is great till I compare it to my Pendleton Brown italics."

I am certain there are many people who enjoy their 823 just as it is - a normal ("boring") FP with a lot of ink capacity. If you want it modified, simply send your 823 to Pendleton or any other nib tinkerer of your choice. They can grind it to fit your dream.

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