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Whats your latest pipe purchase?

This is a discussion on Whats your latest pipe purchase? within the General Pipe Forum forums, part of the Pipe Smokers Forums category; Originally Posted by shotokun16 IM sick... I need a second job to fight this cold. Damn man, that post is ...

  
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    Leading Puffer Fish Jeff10236's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by shotokun16 View Post
    IM sick... I need a second job to fight this cold.














    Damn man, that post is below the belt. I've been just barely resisting ordering a Mario Grandi and those photos...those photos...I'm trying not to open Ebay...stay away from the "buy it now" button...I'm not sure I can resist.

    Seriously, beautiful pipe.

  2. #482

    Leading Puffer Fish Jeff10236's Avatar


     

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  3. #483

    Puffer With No Spikes shannensmall's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    I was eyeballin that one. Seems like it's hard to get a solid grained pipe that not partially rusticated for less than a hundred bucks from him. You should also post a full review when you get it.
    A lack of preparation on your part, does not constitute an emergency on my part.

  4. #484

    Puffer Fish with some spikes shotokun16's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff10236 View Post
    OH NICE ONE!
    Did you ask Kelly if thats Vulcanite or Acrylic?


    Hey Jeff wanna do a Mario Grandi Pipe review together?

    Anyways, i fell in love with this pipe due to its grain and stain. However, i was little hesitant due to the engineering and the possibilities of a pipe cleaner gaining access to the chamber (Thats what she said). I WAS RIGHT--its difficult putting the cleaner all the way through the shank. I think the individual who was in charge of drilling was either A) drunk or B) trying a Mario grandi system.


    Take for an example of the Peterson System:


    We know this system is suppose to eliminate gurgle but what is this Mario Grandi System with a side drill chamber?

    Mario Grandi "system":







    There was just one puddy filler:



    *Photos taken from my Andriod Vibrant





    Anyways, i havent smoked it yet and debating if i wanted to start with a Boswell Berry Cobbler and then go with all straight Virginias. Ill let you guys know how it smokes. I like breaking in my pipes with something sweet and then go with a dedicated tobacco. I might do Virginians or English (maybe Penzance).
    Last edited by shotokun16; 03-18-2011 at 05:52 AM.

  5. #485

    Puffer With No Spikes shannensmall's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    What the!?!

    Well the good news is, it shouldn't effect it's smoking. If it bothers you too much you can always use a small drill bit and ream the hole closer to point dead center of the stems draft hole. That should open it up and allow the pipe cleaner a full pass to the tobacco chamber.
    A lack of preparation on your part, does not constitute an emergency on my part.

  6. #486

    Leading Puffer Fish astripp's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    4 oz PS LBF, 4 oz PS LNF, 1 oz GH Black Irish X, tin of frog morton atp, tin of frog morton nott

  7. #487

    Leading Puffer Fish Stonedog's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    My first ebay estate purchase showed up today. It's a Bertram "30" apple style straight. It's in great condition and I'm thrilled to have it. It was a steal and is my third briar bringing my collection to two cobs, a big basket briar, this and a brand new Lorenzetti bullmoosedesian.

    I can't post pics yet, but a pic can be found here: webpages.charter.net/stonedog/pics/IMAG0196.jpg

    The bowl is, to me at least, huge at .9" wide and about 1.5" deep.

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    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Just got my two pipes in, a cassano and a stanwell

    The Cassano is a lot nicer than I thought it was going to be, I had to re-drill the stem, but no problem since it's a Canadian. Really nice pipe, I am very impressed. Let's see how it handles tobacco. The stanwell is smaller, but lighter and super sexy looking. both beauties.

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    Up-n-coming tobacco dork dmkerr's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Trying to close a deal on 2-3 of Ben Rapaport's antique meerschaums, one circa mid-1800's and 2 from the early 1900's. Hope to finalize this weekend!
    My pipe doesn't stink - YOU stink!

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    Elder Puffer Fish Leader indigosmoke's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by dmkerr View Post
    Trying to close a deal on 2-3 of Ben Rapaport's antique meerschaums, one circa mid-1800's and 2 from the early 1900's. Hope to finalize this weekend!
    That sounds very, very cool. Dan, you have got to get a camera so we can see these beauties!
    “The value of tobacco is best understood when it is the last you possess and there is no chance of getting more.” - Bismarck

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    Maturing Puffer Fish mirain's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Although I've procured many pipes since this thread began I have to chime in with the pipe I received yesterday. It's a stunning meerschaum carved by Sadik Yanik a Turkish carving master.

    This pipe is huge, particularly for a meer.
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    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by User Name View Post
    Just got my two pipes in, a cassano and a stanwell

    The Cassano is a lot nicer than I thought it was going to be, I had to re-drill the stem, but no problem since it's a Canadian. Really nice pipe, I am very impressed. Let's see how it handles tobacco. The stanwell is smaller, but lighter and super sexy looking. both beauties.
    I have some "Aro' of Crap" that you can use to break it in if needed. I guess I can part with it. I like that canadian look. Might have to look at getting one some day.
    I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat.
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    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by Firedawg View Post
    I have some "Aro' of Crap" that you can use to break it in if needed. I guess I can part with it. I like that canadian look. Might have to look at getting one some day.
    naw, i got circus candy for my breaking in purposes. thanks

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    Puffer With No Spikes shannensmall's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    Quote Originally Posted by mirain View Post
    Although I've procured many pipes since this thread began I have to chime in with the pipe I received yesterday. It's a stunning meerschaum carved by Sadik Yanik a Turkish carving master.

    This pipe is huge, particularly for a meer.

    Holy cow, that pipe is a monster!

    Looks great though. Hellofa score.
    A lack of preparation on your part, does not constitute an emergency on my part.

  15. #495

    I am my brothers keeper! slyder's Avatar


     

    Re: Whats your latest pipe purchase?

    HOLY CRAP!!!! my Bullseye Flake finally came in at Cup O Joes!!! Was only on backorder for a year. Now if my Best Brown FLake would come in.
    I am my brothers keeper.

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