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Looking for a normal looking pocket pipe

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Sawbones, Dec 2, 2011.

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  1. Sawbones

    Sawbones Member

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    Hey, I am looking for a small, full bent briar type pocket pipe that looks like a normal, but small pipe. Any ideas where I can find one that is in a reasonable price range???
     
  2. user0003

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    Anything with a military mount would be perfect.
     
  3. Vaquero

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    davidmackv Active Member

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    That is a nice looking pipe. I am a sucker for bents.
     
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  6. CalPiper

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    My local B&M here always has a large basket out with regular pipes in the $30-$60 range that are smaller sized and has a range of shapes. There are some spitfires, grabows, etc in there and could work, so maybe your local Briar hound could hook you up!
     
  7. TRAVIS

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    My little Peterson 317 military seams to fit all your requirements. Fits in the pocket nicely.
     
  8. Lestrade

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    Look for a Brebbia Go-Go. Great little pocket pipes!
     
  9. nesta

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    It depends on what you consider a reasonable price range, but I would highly recommend taking a look at the Stanwell Featherweight series. They have a number of bent models. The priced of pipes in the series range from about 75 bucks to 110 or so.
     
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  10. Monkeyshine

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    Savinelli makes a line of "short" pipes for sub 50 bux
     
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  11. el guero

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    I donĀ“t know if our man here picked up that pipe or not, but it is gone lol
     
  12. Sawbones

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    Thanks guys, I think I am going to go with a small Peterson!
     
  13. user0003

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    Can't beat a Pete!
     
  14. cobbsmoker

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    Checkout the vest pocket pipes here:
    http://www.pipesandcigars.com/vepopi.html
     
  15. CalPiper

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    A room full of PAD enablers!!!! :th1:
     
  16. Vaquero

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    I know the original poster said he will most likely go with a Pete (Can't argue with ya, Sawbones, I love Pete's myself!) but for anyone in the market for a pocket pipe, there is a really nice Savinelli Dry on Smokingpipes estate section for only $45 bucks:
    http://www.smokingpipes.com/pipes/estate/italy/moreinfo.cfm?product_id=70118
    New ones go for twice that or more. Whoever bought that Brebbia bent billiard got a good deal.
     
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  17. Sawbones

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    Yes, that is the one! I like that, I think I will place my order. Thanks for posting it!
     
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  18. nesta

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    Yeah, I was eyeballing that myself earlier. Should be a winner!
     
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