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Mikem

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As I said in another thread I just purchased a Dagner Poker Cob pipe. I really didn't care for the short stem and bit. I still have a bunch of pipe making components and briar blocks that I purchased from when Paul Hildebrand owned Pipe Makers Emporium in Phoenix. I like Pokers and Churchwardens so here is my cob version of the pipe. I'm debating on putting a small bend in the mouth piece/bit.
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As I said in another thread I just purchased a Dagner Poker Cob pipe. I really didn't care for the short stem and bit. I still have a bunch of pipe making components and briar blocks that I purchased from when Paul Hildebrand owned Pipe Makers Emporium in Phoenix. I like Pokers and Churchwardens so here is my cob version of the pipe. I'm debating on putting a small bend in the mouth piece/bit.
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Looks great and you did need another poker as you.don't have that many, lol.
 

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As I said in another thread I just purchased a Dagner Poker Cob pipe. I really didn't care for the short stem and bit. I still have a bunch of pipe making components and briar blocks that I purchased from when Paul Hildebrand owned Pipe Makers Emporium in Phoenix. I like Pokers and Churchwardens so here is my cob version of the pipe. I'm debating on putting a small bend in the mouth piece/bit.
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Yep a small bend in the bit and you can rest it on your knee while sitting.
 

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I likes it!!!! Good job, Mike!!!! The slight bent to the bit sounds great!! FTRPLT
 
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