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Old 04-02-2018, 01:39 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I have been using a Faber-Castell refill (parker style) for about a year now. It is my favorite. I switch it from the pen I was carrying to the pen I will be carrying. But I am not selling them. They may be a bit pricey for most sellers an about $6 each.
If I sell a pen I put either the Schmidt P900 or P9000 easy flow.
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Old 04-03-2018, 09:30 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jttheclockman View Post

Not sure about this

What about all the rollerball refills on the market??

Here another interesting read. Lots of names in there. So you are saying 3 companies make over 100 different styled ink refills and all the rollerballs on the market. Why do I find that hard to believe.

The Epic Refill Reference Guide: Rollerball, Gel and Ballpoints The Well-Appointed Desk
My statement was in regard to Cross style and Parker style refills, It is factually correct. To save you the bother of finding it on a previous page to establish where you might have mis-understood, it states:

"Apart from the proprietary brands whose names are given to the styles themselves, ie, Cross and Parker, there are a small number of pen manufacturers who make them, but outside of that, within the artisan pen making world, there are only three main players to the best of my knowledge, who are Schmidt, Private Reserve and Beaufort Ink."

You link simply serves to re-iterate that.
Beaufort Ink on Facebook
High quality refills, nibs, pen kits and blanks for discerning pen makers.
Specialist supplies for custom pens.
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Old 04-03-2018, 12:00 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I will stand by my statement in case you want to reread it it is on the second page. Hope that helps YOU!!!
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