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I just posted a thread over in the Pipe Rack showing my latest DIY...if you're interested, check it out. /t15967-new-pipe-knife-combo-project#192896
do certain blends smoke better in a different pipe shapes? also what smokes well in a churchwarden and meerschuam pipes.
A lot of folks prefer Acrylic stems for maintenance reasons, color choices and so on. Others prefer Ebonite or Vulcanite because of their softer less "clinky" feel in their mouths. I tend to like both. I'm curious to see if there are
i think thats how you spell them..but anyways.... so i'm thinking of getting them over the summer, but Ive never had them before. my friends who had them say it hurts really bad when the people take them off. and im kinda scared cuz i dont know what
I have a couple of pipes...actually three...that must have vulcanite stems, as they are easily discolored and get that "nicotine" stain on the bit quite easily. One is a bent apple that simply has the stamp "Made in England"...it's at
So...I posted about this a while back. This is one of three current projects in which I've made a Pipe and Knife combination. This is the first. It employs a kit from Mark Tinsky and a Nordic style hidden tang blade that is progressively tempered. The