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Cobs with an actual "cob" shank

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Puff The Magic, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Ted, if no one else has claimed that gorgeous pipe, I will! I can't get my blasted PM to work, or I would have already. Either way, generous as all get out!
     


  2. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    my computer just tanked, and this android phone is giving me fits! Ted, if you received twenty some PM's from me, I apologize.
     
  3. Old Ted

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    It's taken now guys (telltime was first on the button!) - I'll PM later.....still half asleep!
     
  4. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Congrats, Telltime! That is a pretty burner. Thanks Ted for extending a most generous offer too!
     
  5. telltime

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    I got lucky... haven't had much spare time lately (which is why I've been around on the board a little less than I'd like the last few days), but last night I guess I hit this one just right! Now how to say thanks...?
     
  6. t-bear

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    Great gesture Ted, and congrats to Telltime! Wonderful little cob. I have s few cob bowls laying around, and some bamboo....hmmmmm!

    I have one two Moo...an MM bulldog from the 60's I believe....still unsmoked. Has a nice hard yellow plastic stem on it. Not the flimsy crap on today's pipes.
     
  7. Puff The Magic

    Puff The Magic Active Member

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    I'm partial to the older MM cobs ('60's-'70's era) but current production smokes very well too! IPO. :)

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    Ed Puff!
    Cogito ergo puff
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    A question...Why aren't they still built this way? Bottom line, I figure, but I'd gladly pay the extra for a cob built with the long haul in mind. Besides, what would that be, price wise? Ten bucks instead of eight? Well, at least Hackert and Walker are around.
     
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