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New falcon stem

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  1. craig

    craig Active Member

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    hey guys hope your all well.

    So due to the genorosity of noodle i now have a straight falcon stem that was in excellent condition, give it a little whiskey and had the first smoke and it smokes like a charm.

    But it looks like it is based on an older model, and im curious as to when round abouts it dates too.
    So snake, old ted, yadan maybe a little help please :D.

    the markings underneath say FD 10.

    Thank you again noodle it smokes beautifully and will be well taken of.
     


  2. Old Ted

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    .....no good asking me Craig!....apart from some little letters in that hole underneath, one Falcon stem looks the same as another to me!, I like to smoke 'em - but as for studying 'em....:msty:
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  3. craig

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    Found out ted i asked snake its from the sixties made by frys die casting you know me ted i like to be a bit of a nerd and i like to use this youthful enthusiasm while i have it :D
     
  4. Old Ted

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    .....can't be Craig!....Frys make chocolate bars! :ohyh:
     
  5. craig

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    jesus ted and i was just about to believe you haha, frys make awesome turkish delight its my naughty treat
     
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    OT, as a mold maker, I figured you would be able to identify the individual mold that was used :D . I would guess there were different series of molds though the years, but I have no idea if they would have run multiple molds at the same time.
     
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  7. craig

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    any more vids from you on the way david?
     
  8. Old Ted

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    Snake will tell how long each mold lasted and what they called the guy who operated the machine (and probably his dog's name!) but sorry to be a misery - I don't give a sh#t if they were made in wicked man's shed - as long as I can screw a bowl on, and get some suction!:xd:
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  9. craig

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    i see your in a good mood again ted haha :D screw on a bowl and suction ey ted you certainly know how to party eh :D
     
  10. Malcontent

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    Did you say that Wicker Man worked for Falcon? Maybe we should ask him!;)
     
  11. dwaugh

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    Just don't blow a gasket on us:D
     
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  12. Old Ted

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    ....no, I just finished off my last of the Jack Daniels - so I'll try the stairs shortly!:dkn:
     
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  13. craig

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    haha i as in your position last night i had six of the buggers my spelling and grammer were even more shocking than usual using my mobile.
     
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