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Used a new tool to rusticate

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  1. buckeye

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    Hows it look

    smokin my homemade rustic pipe. don`t get any better.
    Posted 2 years ago #
  2. yohanan

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    It looks mighty fine.


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  3. iowamike

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    That pipe is awesome! Is that a compression fitting ferrule on the stem?

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  4. chispa

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    Totally gnarly!! nice even rustication.

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  5. igloo

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    Buck your pipes just keep getting better .

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  6. rigmedic1

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    Impressive! Reminds me of a Brebbia.

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  7. ichbinmuede

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    That's a pretty darn fine looking rustication. I definitely like it.

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  8. romeowood

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    THat is gorgeous buckeye :clap:

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  9. nsfisher

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    u made that urself? well u got a fine talent there then nice job!

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  10. jchaplick

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    Very nice looking, i would be happy with that result

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  11. buckeye

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    Thanks,I used a wood carving chisel on it.trying to get a chunkier
    look.took a little while to get use to the chisel.
    Mike that is a ferrule.i chipped a piece of the briar off and had to
    glue it back on.that`s my repair.

    Posted 2 years ago #
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    That is absolutely beautiful!! I love that deep, craggy, rustication!!

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  13. buckeye

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    Thanks,i really like this type of rustication on pipes.

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  14. ace57

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    Looks good to Me. Nice job.

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  15. tslex

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    That is outstanding.

    As noted above, I have a Brebbia that looks not unlike that.

    I simply love that style of rustication -- sharp edges, deep crags.

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  16. pipedisciple

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    Beautiful Pipe.

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  17. jship079

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    Man you really are getting much better! I remember your first pipes they were nice but these blow them away

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  18. logandow

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    whatever you did it worked. Beautiful pipe!

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  19. mattmars

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    That's a beautiful coal looking rustication. Hey! I've been bad. It should be in my stocking this year!

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  20. clanobucklin

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    Love the rustication - beautiful work. I think rusticated pipes are some of my favorite finishes - even over smooth grain. There is something about the "roughness in the hand feel" that is wonderful in the hand while smoking.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  21. buckeye

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    Yea,anybody can make a smooth pipe.my favorite grain is straight grain
    with birds eye.I really like rusticating pipes.learning how to do it
    has been fun.I like doing it with out power tools.Going to do another
    one today.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  22. patiobum

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    That is one fine looking pipe !!!

    cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.......

    martin
    Posted 2 years ago #

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