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Random quote: "During the Cuban missile crisis, every time I saw [President Kennedy] on the second floor of the White House, he was smoking a Cuban cigar." - Arthur Goldberg, former Supreme Court Justice
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One of my new favorite pipes
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gitfiddl
Posted 5/20/2018 5:13 PM (#740582)
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Although I've got plenty of good to great briars, I like I've said before, I have become a big cob fan. So much of a cob fan that I ponied up the $50 for the MM 2018 Limited Edition Reverse Calabash. Twice in fact. I've got this one and the darker version with a black bit. These are incredible smokers, nice cool and dry. Basically, it's a cut-down General bowl, with a Marcus bowl turned into the shank. The bit, or stem, is glued into a hardwood plug that then fits into the shank. Pretty cool, I think.



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Posted 5/20/2018 5:44 PM (#740583 - in reply to #740582)
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nice. my first pipe was a cob. don't know what happened to it. i bought it at a drug store with some cherry stuff in 90ish.
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Posted 5/20/2018 5:46 PM (#740584 - in reply to #740582)
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Awesome lookin Cob brother!!!!
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Posted 5/20/2018 6:23 PM (#740585 - in reply to #740583)
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toby2 - 5/20/2018 6:44 PM

nice. my first pipe was a cob. don't know what happened to it. i bought it at a drug store with some cherry stuff in 90ish.


My Dad used to buy me mini cobs at Edward's Pipe every time we'd go there when I was a kid. I thought all cobs were toys or novelties at best until the last few years. I know own more cobs than I do briars and I really enjoy them more.

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Posted 5/20/2018 9:19 PM (#740595 - in reply to #740585)
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Looks great Dave...I would love to smoke a few bowls now and then. Have a couple of pipes but just cant seem to smoke them without relighting them all the time. I tried packing them just right so many times and tried different moisture levels too. I just want it to burn like a cigar, but no luck and I gave up because it was more frustration than I needed for a relaxing smoke.
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Posted 9/7/2020 12:41 AM (#781152 - in reply to #740582)
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" I gave up because it was more frustration than I needed for a relaxing smoke"

I did that too, but recently started back up. I've decided it's good if you want something to fiddle with while you smoke. It's like whittling. It's not just a smoke, it's something to keep you busy. I imagine that's a benefit for some people.
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