North American Pipe Makers

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hemsworth

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May 27, 2013
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I'd like to send a little attention to Hekthor Wiebe from Canada. I don't own one yet but it is next on my list. He is a member of another forum...I haven't seen him around here, though.

 
Jun 20, 2013
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I didn't see Colm Magner of Canada mentioned, but he's been out of the game awhile now. RIP Steve Weiner from Ohio (2002)one of Steve's rusticated billiards is the best all-around smoker in my rack.

 

edgreen

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Aug 28, 2013
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My personal fav - Randy Wiley and I also didn't see Don Warren mentioned yet.

 

jogilli

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Feb 7, 2013
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I'll add my name to the pool... James Gilliam. JSEC Pipes. Www.jsecpipes.com ... Texan born and breed, but living and working overseas
Here's the latest one I made


James

 

fishnbanjo

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Feb 27, 2013
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Have some of those makers myself bigvan but thought I' add one David S. Huber http://www.dshpipes.com he's in Chicago, IL and some day one of his pipes will grace my racks.

banjo

 

austinsnyder

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May 21, 2014
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@jogilli Figured you were a Texan when I saw the rattle the pipes were resting on. Awesome pipes! I'm jealous of anyone that has the talent to make those

 

trevert

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Oct 11, 2009
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NC
Hey, don't leave me off of this list! I've been back in the USA for several years now, after all... :D
And one correction to a previous post - David Huber is now in NC, living not that far from me. He just moved down here last week and we just spent Saturday over at Pipe & Pint talking pipes. He's setting up his new workshop now.

 

elduderino

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Aug 4, 2014
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St.Paul, MN
I've been really happy with my first pipe purchase a Dr. Grabow Freehand. The Freehand looks great and smokes better each bowl. I highly recommend for the price and do yourself a favor and remove the filter. I've never done a filter after the first smoke. I got an MM cob that I do samples and quick smokes in. However I do my favorite baccis and long smokes in the Freehand (1 to 2 hrs) due to cadence and large bowl.
I've recently found out about Rich Lewis in Minneapolis, MN which is 20 min away from me. Needless to say I have a piggy bank started to acquire one of his fine works soon!

I will soon visit his shop for I have only seen it via the net. He seem reasonable since his pipes are in the $250 to $500 range!

 

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