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post #3361 of 4352 Old 06-05-2019, 12:10 PM
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She found her way home! Now to load it up with some already prepped Old Joe Krantz!

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I have had issues with 2 pipes bought new from P2S. Loose stems or something. For the $$ they seem great but I don’t know if I would buy from them again. Just saying for others.


I should note in all fairness I had zero issues with my Northern Briars, or a Charatan other than a 6 week delivery when it’s a 3 hour drive. I’ve bought 4 pipes from them.

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This might explain their better than average pricing. Good news on my Castello is, they sent me $35 and Mike Myers from Walker Pipe Repair is charging $10 + shipping to refinish the rim. It’s on its way to him now. Meanwhile, I found myself trolling the big bad World Wide Web last night and purchased another Castello. This one is coming from Germany.
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After going through lots of posts I am getting the itch to buy a pipe after a a long time. Looking at a Charatan lane era and a Butz Choquin provence....can anybody give an opinion about them? Neither of them is new.
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New Crown Manola 604 Sandblast Scoop pipe, and some Lane HGL were waiting in my mailbox when I got home. Very happy with the look and feel of this pipe!
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New Crown Manola 604 Sandblast Scoop pipe, and some Lane HGL were waiting in my mailbox when I got home. Very happy with the look and feel of this pipe!
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Nice! Hope she smokes as well as she looks!

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This is whats in my basket for payday (friday) i did have another pipe in there (a Mastro De Papa smooth Rhodesian)
but decided to fill up a little on Tobacco


Lane Limited HGL Pipe Tobacco

Cornell & Diehl Bailey's Front Porch Pipe Tobacco

Cornell & Diehl Haunted Bookshop Pipe Tobacco

Bell's Three Nuns Yellow Pipe Tobacco Tin

Dunhill Ready Rubbed Pipe Tobacco Tin

Cornell & Diehl Bijou Pipe Tobacco

Ashton Winding Road Pipe Tobacco

Seattle Pipe Club Snoqualmie Falls Pipe Tobacco
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After going through lots of posts I am getting the itch to buy a pipe after a a long time. Looking at a Charatan lane era and a Butz Choquin provence....can anybody give an opinion about them? Neither of them is new.


I love my Charatan pipes. I love the comfort bit. I love their shapes and giving their carvers the freedom to follow the briar.

I only have one B-C which is a small Bent Bulldog but it works and smokes quite well.


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Love posts like this that'll link to the exact product. There are sometimes blends referenced by an abbreviated name and it's tougher for someone new to locate the referenced blend.


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A few necessities, and a couple new blends to try down the road when i free some jar space up!

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Visited the local Pipe Shop a couple days ago and picked up the Union Square based on suggestion from @OneStrangeOne

Saw the Peterson Irish Flake and remembered someone saying it had a decent nic kick. As soon as I opened the tin, I regretted the purchase. I’ll give it a go, but that fired tobacco smokiness on the tin note is an instant turn off.

Might be a future gifting tobacco?
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