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best pipe for hunting

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Luckistrykes, Aug 15, 2010.

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  1. Luckistrykes

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  2. Rider

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    lol. i would say NO pipe for hunting though. unless your in a tree stand or tower.......or maybe duck hunting although, a 12gauge recoil would make the tobacco jump out (and if its an aro run away) :velho:
     
  3. SittinNMyChairSmokin

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    Nice. But on a more serious note if i am up hunting in zero degree weather will i run the risk of cracking the briar on my pipe?

    Can this be avoided with a corncob or is that just a bad idea too?
     
  4. Puff The Magic

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    May have to worry about another hunter having your pipe in their sites from a distance and taking "that shot"! Make sure your "game pipe" has a blaze orange vest on it......otherwise, you and or your pipe will be field dressed shortly! :growl:

    I'd say a cob, MM Diplomat as a recommended huntin' & fishin' pipe. Just a rec.

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    Ed Puff!
    cogito ergo puff
     
  5. Unforgivin

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    :bing: Now that's cute! :flowers:
     
  6. Sasquatch

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    SIMCS, I have smoked pipes at 10 below, and no issues. Easy to over puff because the smoke is cold! But the briar survived.
     
  7. Old Mr. Wilson

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    One of my retired working buddies was smoking (cig) and hunting. He was sitting on a stump (at daybreak) with his hand up after taking a puff and his brother shot him through his right hand with a .270 @ ~100 yds. or more. Bad scene. Massive damage to hand. He said the wisp of smoke looked like "a whitetail". Bob's hand was never right again of course and required more than a year of very expensive therapy and surgeries. I ain't gonna chance it. Geez we've got some real idots and 10 year olds with high powered rifles down here every hunting season.
     
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