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Anyone Knows How To Remove A Parker 15/ Jotter Nib?

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#1 gammada

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Posted 10 September 2018 - 04:48

I just got hold of a couple of NOS Parker 15 pens from the Newhaven-era. One is a Matte Black GT and the other a Energy Yellow Demostrator.

I want to create a frankenpen out of the two by using the clear section of the Demo on the Matte Black cap and barrel, but I want the gold nib on this clear section.

Anyone knows how to safely remove the nibs out of these pens?

Thanks beforehand!

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#2 mitto

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Posted 10 September 2018 - 06:12

The nib on the P15 is friction fit like on the Vector. Just pull it out. Soaking before removing the nib is advisable.
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#3 gammada

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Posted 11 September 2018 - 02:45

The nib on the P15 is friction fit like on the Vector. Just pull it out. Soaking before removing the nib is advisable.

 

 

Nice, will try to remove them that way. Can't believe such a simple pen can be as entertaining!

 

Thanks!







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