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Old 02-15-2012, 11:31 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Danny, great job, and i'd say there is nothing amateur about it, looks great.

Which St. Albert are you in?
Thanks for the compliments guys!

And I'm in the St. ALbert by you Scott, in Alberta that is.
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Nice pen but your pics need a little work. Not that mine are great...
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Thanks for the input guys!

And I'm in the St. ALbert by you Scott, in Alberta.
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Great Job Danny! I am just getting into fountain pens myself and Richard Binder's site, Richardspens.com, has been very helpful for me. There have also been some good posts on here just recently about tuning the nib, which I would highly recommend looking up and then practicing. Richard Binder has both a fine abrasives kit along with other items I believe that is a good value ($8). I am going to get this and a book from his site, as the little bit I have done to tune the nib has improved the performance so much! The library here also has some great and free articles! Again, great job!

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