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Cannonballing?

This is a discussion on Cannonballing? within the The Pipe Hobby How-To Discussion Forum forums, part of the Pipe Smokers Forums category; Being new to pipes, a buddy told me the other day that if I'm going to be smoking any Flake ...

  
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    Young Puffer Fish Eddie A.'s Avatar


     

    Question Cannonballing?

    Being new to pipes, a buddy told me the other day that if I'm going to be smoking any Flake (thinking I just might get some in my newbie sampler trade) that I should look into cannonballing. What exactly is cannonballing and what is the best way to go about doing it efficiently. I have tried to search it on Puff and have seen it mentioned but never defined and described.

    Thanks for any input

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    Puffer Fish with many spikes mturnmm's Avatar


     

    Re: Cannonballing?

    So I'm the one who told you about cannon balling and now I must make a correction. It is called musket balling. Nite follow the following link and go to the first post and Freestoke will explain it better than I could ever.
    Musketballing
    Sorry to mislead you bro!!
    Here's to us and those like us!
    God Bless our Troops...especially our Snipers!

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes


     

    Re: Cannonballing?

    I've found it to work well indeed... Still need to make sure the flake isn't too wet, but otherwise it's comparable with a fold and stuff method, as far as the type of smoke you get... A flake will smoke differently depending on how you rub it out and pack it, I tend to prefer them musketballed. The thread Monte linked to is where I got my info.


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