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Peterson St. Patrick's Day 2006

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Xecutech, Jan 24, 2012.

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  1. Xecutech

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    I believe mine was price right at $100, but I am friends with the guy who owns the shop where I purchased it. That was back in 2006, so they are probably a bit more now.
     
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  2. Mount Mandolin

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    Great, thanks. I'm thinking it will be priced around $150-ish, but I'm uncertain because, for one thing, my B&M has got to stay in business, and so consequently they might need to mark it up a bit more. By the same token, he has shown a willingness in the past to mark things down in order to make a sale, so I guess it could go either way. I doubt that he will be marking down brand new pipes very much, though, and I'm not going to want to wait around because I really want a Pete, plus I don't want to see them disappear since I've been waiting on them. Ah, decisions.
     
  3. BrokeSmoker

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    I was married on 3/17/07 ...of course I'm Irish.

    I would love to find a peterson st.Paddy from that year
     
  4. Lestrade

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    That is a beauty!
     
  5. Spaceboy Tim

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    They're hover close to the $100 mark; sometimes a little over or under from what I remember.
     
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  6. Xecutech

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    I believe Peterson gives you a lot of bang for the buck. They have a lot of beautiful styles, nice grain and several options on each model. You can't go wrong with any of them.

    My problem now is that I'm obsessed with boutique pipe makers, so I'm going to go broke soon! Lol
     
  7. Mount Mandolin

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    Lol, I've been obsessed with boutique pipe makers, but still have never owned one. They're just too expensive for me. I want a Rad Davis pipe sooooooo bad. Not only are they beautiful, but he's in my home state, and I like to support the local/regional economy when possible. But I believe you're right about Peterson, I've never heard anyone say anything but good things about them. Savinelli is like that too, and I just got one for a gift and can attest to the fact that yes, Savinelli makes a hell of a quality product. Mine is a lower end Roma model, and it smokes like a champ.
     
  8. dbwittkopf

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    I have one just like that and I love it
     
  9. Spaceboy Tim

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    They're up at pipesandcigars.com right now:
    http://pipesandcigars.com/pe20sestpada.html
     
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  11. JescoWhite

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    Beautiful pipe. Do you actually smoke it every day?
     
  12. Xecutech

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    I have been, but just bought another pipe to place into rotation. Probably going to buy another one Monday.
     
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