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  1. frostyforge

    Corn Cob opinion

    So it seems like the humble Corn Cob pipe has been getting a lot of discussion on here. Everyone seems to have their own opinion on it, some love it, some hate it, and some don't care - either from not having smoked it, or did smoke it, but didn't think to much of it. But nobody's really given...
  2. frostyforge

    Oak Pipe

    So after about 6 months of smoking Cobs, I decided to try a "real" pipe. We had chopped down a couple big oaks at my house, so I used a couple pieces from the biggest one. I'm borrowing the stem from one of my dad's old pipes til mine get here, other than that, the rest is hand made
  3. frostyforge

    Bent stems

    First off, I apologize if this was already covered, I did some searching but couldn't find anything on this. I've made a few corncobs this past couple years, but I've got a TON of oak that I want to turn into some pipes. But I'm getting tired of using wood stems (they leave a weird taste in my...
  4. frostyforge

    Homemade CornCobs

    Here's where the annoying questions start.... ;) Since I got into smoking pipes a couple months ago, I've been making my own Corncob pipes. I just went to walmart and bought a 5 lb bag of "squirrel cob" for about $6. Then I would cut and drill 'em to the right size pipe. Here's my question...