Good but,....where did those Mr. Black "Bullet" markers ever go?! (guess outta business). The ink wasn't bad either. Anyway those took the "standard" nibs that fit the 'drip mops' and old ZiG easy squeeze mops. I'm glad I took alotta Bullets back when I could - still have like 5. These markers are second best, and have great articulation/perfect pocket size. Or do those 10mms fit?...........
Quite simple. If you have the skills and/or the "vision", these pens can do a lot of good work for you. They work great and give you exactly what you want from them. Freestyle calligraphic hot chisel/brush tip action! (Also: good for sign painting, the brush tip ones, if you are using ink or thin paint/pigmented ink.)
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This is the EXACT same body/nib as a Krylon paint pen. Now, those pens suck because the paint in them was not properly developed for the marker, but if you take this empty one and fill it with an INK, it works great. I like to use PILOT with a tiny bit of metallic paint, (smash silver, otr silver etc.) Then you get a nice deep black with a 'sparkly'/'glittery' sheen to it that catches the eye in the sun. The best way to fill em is to slip a razor into the seam and twist it to pop the spring housing out. (ps if you do mix ink with a touch of paint, you may wanna throw a BB in there or something to mix it up, otherwise straight ink needs no mixer.)