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Medico Pipes

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Kingjango22, Jan 29, 2011.

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  1. Kingjango22

    Kingjango22 Member

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    A while back I bought a Medico pipe and was wondering, even with proper smoking, it burns so dang hot! Why? Can someone help me out?
     


  2. Mike Pomery

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    Now I don't pretend to know as much as the pros on this site, but sometimes you get a pipe that just wasn't made right. Could have been a Friday in the factory, or even a dreaded Monday.

    Also there is a possibility that you have a pipe made of Brylon and not Briar. That stuff was a failed experiment at best.
     
  3. ECross

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    I am also very limited in the knowledge department compared to many others here. That being said, are you smoking tobacco that burns hot no matter what pipe it is in? In my limited experience I have come across some cheaper tobaccos that seem to have a complete disregard for what pipe they are in and how they are being smoked.

    Elijah
     
  4. Kingjango22

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    The toby burns the same no matter which pipe I use, and I believe thaat the pipe is made of sometype of plastic, as opposed to actual briar.........still a decent pipe however
     
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    Oh, MY, Geez-us! The Lancer is what I have, bought it out of the box at a smokeshop when the otherone I had failed. Thank you and it is made of Brylon...THANKS AGAIN!
     
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