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How Do You Carry Your Pipe?

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by Chris Mavity, Nov 19, 2012.

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  1. ravnhaus

    ravnhaus Member

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    +1 on the Crown Royal bag!
     
  2. TheKiltedOne

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    a holster sounds good. I'd be worried about having it bowl up, one that would hold my pipe bowl down would be good. Hint any leather workers out there...
     
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  3. Skiballa

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    That might look good on your sporran strap, we should ask SorringOwl.
     
  4. jhguthlac

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    Carry mine in a cheap leather pipe pouch, along with tobacco of the day.
     
  5. jhguthlac

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    Never thought of that! I also have one now for Tito vodka that would work well.
     
  6. Smokey Tom

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    To and from work I keep it in a plastic bag with my other tobacco stuff. If I'm walking around contemplating a smoke, I keep it packed, stuck in a shirt or jacket pocket along with more tobacco, lighter, and pipe tool.
     
  7. Griz

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    This exactly. Well except for the cargo shorts bit.... I kinda love em, and I have adequate legs to pull em off ... for a ghostly complexioned bloke :D
     
  8. aieeegrunt

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    Cargo shorts are the bomb. I can carry a pipe, tobacco, several tools, at least one food item, bandaids for when my kid falls out of a tree or picks a fight with a barn cat, a partridge and a pair tree.
     
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  9. Chris Mavity

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    mmm coke and crown...:D
     
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  10. EmperorGix

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    Depends on what I'm doing. When I'm on the motorcycle (which was often, until I broke my dang leg in October,) it's in my vest's right internal pocket - the left pocket is for my Sig. If it's not there, it's in my camera bag with my Canon 20D. Failing those, it'll be in the glove box of my car, or comfortably between my teeth. It'll always be near at least one baggy of tobacco, a lighter or two, and pipe cleaners. My tamper usually remains in the change pocket of my jeans.

    I don't often carry my briars out of the house. My cobs are my travel pipes.
     
  11. Alan Dye

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    Bib overalls man here. Without them I have too much stuff and not enough pockets and have to haul a backpack. I typically don't carry my pipes afield, as I'm a once a day type smoker who enjoys a pipe after the work day as a way to unwind. Given that that usually happens in the yard, there's no need to haul stuff around. I do use the breast pocket for cleaners, the tamper and matches in the lower pockets...
     
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  12. jason1977

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    Nicer ones I leave at home. The meer doesn't leave the house. I have 1 that I consider the pocket pipe & that's my parker. Basket pipe back in 2002 & now I see it going for $50- $60 on the interwebz, lol. Also, corn cobs are my travel pipes. I stick them in the cup holder in the car, my pocket, my 2-pipe pouch that holds 2 oz of tobacco & cleaners, matches, & tool. I always travel w. pipes that aren't precious to me. The ones I care about are more the hearth & home ones. Corn cobs seem to be better suited to be field pipes. Except my Parker. She's a snubby one, so I can keep it in my pocket.
     
  13. Chris Mavity

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    forget the bag I will take the crown lol
     
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