There are a few versions of the Pilot Falcon. I had the one with a metal barrel.
I’m not sure how, but the nib got pent really bad at some point, so I no longer have it. I do plan on getting another one when I get around to it.
The nib on this pen is not a proper flex nib, but it is long and flexible. And I had a lot of fun using it. Not the most practical pen if you plan on writing a lot. But I always enjoyed having it with me to use for writing titles and stuff like that.
The design of the pen was very much meh. Like a lot of Pilot pens.
The version of this pen I had came with the larger CON-70 converter. That in contrast to the CON-40 holds TONS of ink and is awesome. As long as you fill it with a syringe and don’t use the weird push filling system.
I only recommend this pen for people that understand what it is. But if you want something weird to make weird large shapes with weird inks this can be a lot of fun.