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PETERSON IRISH ARMY PIPES

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by RTOdhner, May 26, 2013.

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  1. Thuber88

    Thuber88 Well-Known Member

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    Don't forget the Pete Lighter and ashtray
     
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  2. RTOdhner

    RTOdhner Well-Known Member

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    I was thinking about the Whitey-Tighties.
     
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  3. KingsTarantula

    KingsTarantula All about having fun!

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    These are some fine looking pipes. Please be sure to post when you them.
     
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  4. Terry292

    Terry292 Member

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    I own two Peterson Irish Made Army, a # 999 Rhodesian and a #6 Billiard: [​IMG] They're good flake pipes, and, also, good driving pipes: big enough to get a good smoke, yet small enough not to get in the way. I don't really care for the Peterson P-lip. These have a standard fishtail stem and are comfortable to hold in your mouth.
     
  5. esteban

    esteban Active Member

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    the pete thermos leaks with the stupid Plip opening........
     
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  6. Tony Malerich

    Tony Malerich Sales Account

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    Being a Peterson lover, I've picked up a few nice seconds that I can take places where they may get beat up a bit - like camping!
     
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  7. Hawkwood

    Hawkwood Member

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    I was looking for a pipe of circa 1900 design. The Peterson Irish made Army series fit the bill exactly. I currently own a 101, a 69 and a 999. Simple, work a day pipes with a great retro look.:)
     
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