Yeah, I need to learn how to take better photographs, like in focus ones.
Anyway, this pen has an actual broad nib, a trifle less broad than my Parker Frontier, but still wider than most Western mediums.
It's an aerometric filler, but I found that the filler came right off, and looked a lot like a mere converter. So I squeezed a short international cartridge onto the nipple and it worked! I still have to examine the cartridge to see if it was stretched or anything, but it worked for the time that I'd tested it with that cartridge full of Noodler's Red/Black ink.
It's a brass pen covered in lacquer or plastic so it's not a light weight pen and it can be a bit tiring if you write at odd angles as I do, but on a horizontal, or very nearly horizontal, surface it works just fine. No skipping and no trouble starting it up. Nice pen.