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I understand driling more now.

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Skrymr, Aug 4, 2012.

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  1. Skrymr

    Skrymr Member

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    That could very well be it. The Nording definitely caught my eye.
     
  2. 1858remington

    1858remington Active Member

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    I have a few of these, they keep popping off.
    The tabs that hold it in the bowl lack enough friction, and flex too much.
     
  3. MacNutz

    MacNutz Active Member

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    Given that your pipe is an obvious cob it is either an eye sight issue or he's playing with your mind. Verily it is true that B&M stores tend to really dislike cobs as they are a cheap alternative to what they sell. That's why if they sell cobs it will almost always be the legend, because it is so small. they know a relatively new piper is going to come back for a pipe with a larger bowl before long.
     
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