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my new pipe

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by bvillepipeguy, Mar 12, 2010.

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  1. bvillepipeguy

    bvillepipeguy Member

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    hi all, just wanted to show off my new pipe, its a Peterson Classic Rustic Bulldog 150, not really a shape i look for but when i saw it at the tobacco shop i feel in love with it. my first Peterson very swanky compared to my cobs and dr garbows. thanks fer looking, Bryon
     
  2. Luckistrykes

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    i was the same way with my peterson 150, i'm not really big on bulldogs, but i saw it loved it and bought it. nice pipe
     
  3. Hitch

    Hitch Member

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    Nice little Pete.
     
  4. Deckard

    Deckard Active Member

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    How's the size on that? I was looking into buying an Aran 150, but the chamber just looked too small in the pictures, but I find I never can tell unless I have it in my hand.

    Edit: and speaking of Bville I was at the Edgewater tonight. :D
     
  5. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Sales Account

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    Classic stuff.

    I find most petes a bit small - I purchase xl series or the year pipes.

    Don't be surprised if it takes a half dozen or more smokes to have that pipe working well Bryon.
     
  6. Marc

    Marc Active Member

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    That's a nice looking Bulldog!
     
  7. 65caddy

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    Great pipe, that Peterson was my first pipe purchase. I enjoy it when i don't have a lot of time to smoke a larger pipe.
     
  8. Falconeer

    Falconeer Active Member

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    Hi,

    Bulldogs have always been a favourite shape of mine - but I found the cheaper ones could smoke hot because the wall were to thin.

    You shouldn't have that problem with your Peterson - it has a lovely solid look to it. Though it's Irish it has a classic British look - now all you need is a Destroyer so'd you can stand on the bridge and smoke it while ordering "Number One, stand by to ram the enemy midships!"

    Happy smoking,

    Gerry
     
  9. bvillepipeguy

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    thanks everyone for the comments, dekard the bowl is 3/4" by 1.3/8" deep, the Edgewater huh haven't been there in a long time. iv got about 7 smokes in it and its getting better. im smoking Ashton rainy day in it cuz the girlfriend doesn't mind the smell.
     
  10. piper965

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    Wonderful looking pipe! I'm all about me some Peterson! I love the square stem too!
     
  11. lazybear

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    my first petersons was a 999 given to me by my late great aunty
    at first it was very sour 3 years later and just like her its the most treasured of all especially when im fishing
    another good reason for the strange but wonderful p lip
     
  12. Philthy

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    All I see is the dreaded "X"
     
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