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railman

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Mar 9, 2019
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No, it was a Medico brylon that I grew frustrated with rather quickly. I do have my first briar, a Nording 925 bent brandy which still delivers a great smoke.
 
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luigi

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May 16, 2017
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Still have mine. It's named Toscana, got it new as a gift and at that time the only thing important to me was to have a pipe. It's famous for issues with overheating. The same model is still selling for around 20 bucks. If it wasn't my first I would have thrown it away but the more abuse it gets the better it smokes. :D
 
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kurtbob

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Jul 9, 2019
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Ha, hell no! Bought 5 MM cobs to learn with (had zero help). Burned those bad boys up! First briar after not destroying a cob was a cheap $25.00 Aldo Velani, tasted so bad it went in the trash! I envy you guys who still have their first pipe
 

mikey517

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Jul 27, 2019
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Yes, my paternal grandfathers Willard. Was given to me by my aunt about 2 years ago. When she passed away this April, I took a paper bag with about 6 other old pipes.

Grandpa passed in 1968, and, as is the Italian "custom", we sent him on his way with his most current pipe, a small old leather tobacco pouch, pipe cleaners and his ever-present tooth picks, and a bunch of other sundry items.

I usually smoke the Willard first thing in the morning while I walk my dog. I think he'd be pleased since I was named after him....
 

tg51

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Jan 24, 2017
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Yep, Moonshine pipe rusticated canadian. Smokes hot as a furnace but I can't think of getting rid of it, or resist smoking it (even with the following week of tongue bite).
 
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