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My Pipe Stable

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Hoxlor, Jul 14, 2013.

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  1. Hoxlor

    Hoxlor Member

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    I've seen several of these posts of members showing off their pipe collection/stable:

    Far left: Mastersen Freehand Israeli Briar
    Near Left: Kaywoodie Standard (haven't smoked)
    Nearest Left: Falcon
    Center: Dr. Grabow Westbrook
    Nearest Right: Unknown Churchwarden stamped "Germany"
    Far Right: H.I.M. Mini-Churchwarden (my favorite)
    Furthest Right: Turboflo

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  2. Terry292

    Terry292 Member

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    Looks like you have a good start. Believe me, if you let them, pipes will multiply on you like rabbits.
     
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  3. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    :thu2: Super cool pipes , man !! The Turboflo is very hip ! Lets us know how you like the Kaywoodie
     
  4. Hoxlor

    Hoxlor Member

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    Boy do I know about pipes multiplying, I started out with the HIM and was gifted the Germany warden before scoring the others from a close friend. The Westbrook was a hand me down from my great uncle that the forum helped me to ID.
     
  5. Moonrover333

    Moonrover333 Member

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    Wtf is that one on the right! Its flippin awesome!!!!!
     
  6. Moose

    Moose Active Member

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    Very nice collection, so far. Stick around here and your pipe collection will multiply exponentially!:ohyh:
     
  7. Hoxlor

    Hoxlor Member

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    That's a Turboflo that was given to me by a friend- I'm still doing research into it. I like to know the history of my pipes.


    I'm sure it will since you fellows will probably spend my money for me.

    Speaking of which, I'm thinking of picking up one of those MM (Missouri Meerschaum) grab bags; how are they?
     
  8. RTOdhner

    RTOdhner Well-Known Member

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    Very nice collection.
     
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    A little brebba stem polish will have them looking right as rain.
     
  13. Hoxlor

    Hoxlor Member

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    I'll look into some. I'm guessing that the best way to use the polish is with a polishing wheel though... I do everything by hand since I don't have a lot of the tools needed.
     
  14. Lukasaurus

    Lukasaurus Active Member

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    Excellent collection! Love the Turboflo.
     
  15. Smokey Tom

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    You can polish those stems up by hand with some micro-mesh pads.
     
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