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Thomas Tkach

Thomas Tkach

Age : 31
Location : North Dakota
Registration date : 2010-11-24

PostSubject: Re: A pipe in the pocket   Tue Jun 03, 2014 10:14 pm

I like a small bag to carry a few pipes if I need that many. I often put them in padded sleeves that I make for sfae keeping. I'll throw in whatever jars or tins I want to smoke, some matches, cleaners, czech tool, and call it good! I recently thought that a purse would be the perfect size for all that. A small camera bag would work.
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Age : 65
Location : East Texas
Registration date : 2011-12-15

PostSubject: Re: A pipe in the pocket   Tue Jun 03, 2014 10:29 pm

When I go away from home I don't usually take my pipe because I make it a point never to be gone very long (agoraphobic), but on the occasion that I do, like visit my daughter once a year I put each pipe in a sock (clean one) and fold the sock as if there were two and pack them in a small hard black plastic case I have like one for a hand gun without the foam. I also have a larger one with the foam if I feel I need to take more then 7 pipes.
I NEVER put a pipe in a pants pocket and rarely in a shirt pocket, my luck is not that good. Its in my hand or in my mouth. Wink 
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PostSubject: Re: A pipe in the pocket   Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:01 am

When I go camping or bushwalking I take my BC Vest Pocket, which I have had for nearly 30 years now.


They get a bad rap and they probably will trouble neophytes, but as a simple, near indestructible pipe they do the trick. You can clean them with a pipe nail, so in the short term no need for a pipe cleaner. Tobacco I just keep in a small tobacco tin.

For longer travels, as has already been mentioned, camera type bags are cheap and durable and often come with all sorts of lovely dividers and pockets and storage areas.

My only suggestion for arrangements for taking pipes to entertainment or public venues is to get used to not being able to.
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