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uberam3rica

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Here is a link to a chart of pipe shapes. After you click the link, click the shape you want to know about, and it will tell you about it. http://www.pipedia.org/wiki/Pipe_Shapes

 
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mthanded

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Thanks for the post. I didn't know there was a bull moose, thought they were all bull dogs.

 

dhizzy

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Thanks Uber, I was thinking if starting a thread about this very subject. I can tell some apart bu can't tell what all of them are. I have a hard time discerning an apple from an egg from a billiard.

 

mso489

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This is just a great link for the pipe shape-obsessed. I finally figured out that my 30 year old Sav is

a zulu, not a Dublin, and why -- 1/8 bent stem. I may have to go through every last shape.

 
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Why do we need a chart of pipe shapes? There are only two pipe shapes:
1) Bulldogs

2) Inferiors
One is art, the others are blocks of wood with holes in them.
:wink:

 
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rebeka

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Hello everybody.
We recently bought a pipe and we assume it's a Kalmasch pipe. It has 2 engravings, we assume it's something like

ZN. WIEN and ROSE on the other side of it.
Can anyone identifie what we've bought?





 

rangerearthpig

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bullets wrote: "Can someone explain the difference between a billiard and a dublin? I legitimatrly can't tell."
I believe the bowl on the Dublin is canted slightly forward and has a bell-type shape, where the billiard bowl is perpendicular to the stem (assuming it's a straight stem) and has more of a uniformly cylindrical shape.

 

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