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Old 08-27-2014, 12:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best Feed For a Heritance Nib

Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone has any direct experience with using Heritance Nibs on either the Jowo or Bock feeds. Is one better than the other? How is the fit? I know in theory #5 and #6 nibs should all be interchangeable, but I have not found that to be so. Sometimes there is a gap under the nib where the feed doesn't meet up. Since the feeds are plastic, not ebonite, it's a but harder to reshape them firmly to the nib profile.

Also - why is it so difficult to find just a feed & housing without a nib? Any suppliers out there that will work with the Heritance nibs?

Many Thanks!
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