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    Default Shark Attack in Ohio

    Ohio may be 600 miles from the nearest ocean, but it seems to be infested with sharks. Or at least with Dorsal Fins.

    It is hard enough to find one Nakaya Dorsal Fin any more. Iím not quite sure how I ended up with nine Dorsal Fin Iís, with two Dorsal Fin IIís currently on the way. Guess I didnít realize these things swam in schools!

    Left to right are three in Aka Tamenuri, two in Heki Tamenuri, Kuro Tamenuri, Shiro Tamenuri, Ao Tamenuri, and Aka Tamenuri Ishime Kanshitsu.





    Cue the shark music!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX3bN5YeiQs

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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    Gorgeous. Particularly the Heki Tamenuri. What nibs have you got on the business end of those beauties?

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    Magnificent. One tuba is not enough. This will require a frenzy of tubas!

    And the ao is simply spectacular.

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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Note View Post
    Gorgeous. Particularly the Heki Tamenuri. What nibs have you got on the business end of those beauties?
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    There are a range of nibs running from Fine through Broad Architect up to BB Stub

    One Heki is a Fine and the other is a Broad

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    Quote Originally Posted by empliau View Post
    Magnificent. One tuba is not enough. This will require a frenzy of tubas!

    And the ao is simply spectacular.
    Thanks Molly.

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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    Beautiful collection, indeed. I very much like Ao Tamenuri (not often seen)

    Thank you for sharing.

    Do they all have different nibs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fountainpagan View Post
    Beautiful collection, indeed. I very much like Ao Tamenuri (not often seen)

    Thank you for sharing.

    Do they all have different nibs?
    Thanks. Not all different, but there are a range of nibs running from Fine through Broad Architect up to BB Stub

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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    Clicked through naively expecting this to be about Jinhaos...

    Killer lineup. The II in Kuro Tamenuri is one of my grails, especially now they no longer list them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whichwatch View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fountainpagan View Post
    Beautiful collection, indeed. I very much like Ao Tamenuri (not often seen)

    Thank you for sharing.

    Do they all have different nibs?
    Thanks. Not all different, but there are a range of nibs running from Fine through Broad Architect up to BB Stub
    Thank you for your response, whichwatch.

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    Impressive!
    I was just talking about Nakaya pens with my discord pen friends
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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    And to think I took them for Sonnets!

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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    wow definitely want to get my hands on a AO.

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    Default Re: Shark Attack in Ohio

    Quote Originally Posted by Says View Post
    wow definitely want to get my hands on a AO.
    Ao Tamenuri is out of production and Nakaya has said they will not make any more. Thus, they are tough to come by. Mine are in the pictures below. At one time I also had a Decapod Twist, which I foolishly sold. I'd love to get it back!





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