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Discussion in 'Writing Utensils' started by bigfoot, Dec 28, 2015.
I keep coming back to this picture. Just too beautiful!
Thank you Ben.
On the way to nowhere.
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What's the pen below the zebra, and above the space pen? Thanks in advance mate.
It’s a Maxpedition Tactical Pen. I got it with an order and haven’t been able to find it anywhere else.
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My EDC Pen. Just received it today. Its a Smith and Wesson M&P Gen 1. I chose the gen 1 because the gen 2 looked even more like a weapon than its gen 1 counterpart. It uses Schmidt, Parker, and compatible refills. Came with a Schmidt P900M refill. Im waiting on a Parker compatible Rite In The Rain refill for it in the mail. To me, a tactical pen should work in pretty much any circumstance. Ive also got a Rite in the Rain notebook on the way. Can anyone tell me what these notebooks are like, and if the paper is easy and smooth to write on? Never owned one before.
Love the arrowheads!
Thanks, I thought they would make a nice background.
@ArazelEternal The RITR notebooks are great, and work to varying degrees with different pens and refills. Pencils work well, as do the Staedtler "Lumocolor" permanent ink pens (especially the 0.4mm Super Fine size). Fisher Space Pen inserts can sometimes glob up a bit, but that's not really just specific to RITR pads. Best thing to do is experiment around and see what you like. Oh, and then dunk it all under water in the sink.
I have little issue believing the pen would survive that. I take it that the notebook comes out without issues as well?
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@ArazelEternal Oops, I meant dunk the paper once you've tried writing with a variety of pens / pencils on a test sheet.
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