Lesson Learned the Hard Way

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by buistd, Dec 12, 2012.

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  1. will

    will Member

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    As others have stated before I find either Falcons or cobs indispensable when in the shop or generally tinkering about.
    Both types can take some serious abuse and still deliver an excellent smoke.
     


  2. user3221

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    Sorry to hear that you lost a good one

    i know that in my workshop
    pipestone and concrete floors are not a good match
     
  3. Aristocob

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    Me too.
     
  4. Aristocob

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    Not at the moment. As soon as MM ships me some of their new batch of larger cobs later this month we'll get back to it. I use mine in my shop all the time and wouldn't be without it. So yes Old Ted, I am attracted to it.
     
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