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May 2, 2018
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Well, I buckled and stepped off my “just smoking 🌽 cobs” thing and purchased a Peterson for my upcoming 50th birthday. Been thinking on this for a while and didn’t want to spend a ton, but also wanted something that would be there for years to come. I always liked the military mount & the P-lip is a bonus. I’ll also be grabbing a Meerschaum in the future once I see something that sings to me. Take a look and let me know your thoughts. 👍☕

 

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Awesome pipe! This is your literal first briar?
If so, you are walking into a wonderful section of our world.

No, one does not need a briar to be a smoker. But it makes it so much better!
 
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May 2, 2018
3,836
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Bucks County, PA
Awesome pipe! This is your literal first briar?
If so, you are walking into a wonderful section of our world.

No one does not need a briar to be a smoker. But it makes it so much better!
No…I’ve had many a briar before. A year or so ago, I dropped out of pipe smoking and sold off or got rid of all my pipes except an unvarnished Savinelli. However, I really don’t enjoy smoking the Savinelli any longer. I’ve always been partial to MMs as they are economically good-to-great smokers imho. Recently, came back this last 6 months and realized a quality briar is something I should have. Thanks my man. 👍☕
 
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That's a handsome Peterson, definitely has the potential to be a long-term companion.

If you're coming purely from cobs, the 'naked briar' taste might surprise you at first.
 
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