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    Default Charlie pen question

    Is there a way to disassemble the feed section and nib from the grip to really get it clean?

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    Default Re: Charlie pen question

    Yes, it's friction-fit pulls straight out.

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    Default Re: Charlie pen question

    I have yanked mine out and installed vintage 14k #2 nibs..................perfect fit
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    Default Re: Charlie pen question

    Thanks got it pulled out. It's the pen I have baystate blue in so it's taking a lot of cleaning. I have 2 more Charlie pens and they write a fine line where this one writes more medium to broad and I'm trying to figure out why that is.

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