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mso489

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If you have more than a dozen pipes, you might enjoy having at least one or two really large and really small pipes, which both prove useful once you get in the habit of smoking them. Small pipes can give long smokes with flake/coin/plug/rope cuts, and extra large pipes can give extra long smokes or many short smokes intermittently.
 
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This is easy for me to answer it's my Barbic 182....by far my biggest pipe.
I tend to prefer pipes with small bowls however when I saw this for sale at a very reasonable price on an Argentine selling site I had to buy it. I had no idea how big it was anyway. Despite it being a great pipe to smoke it's rarely my first, second or even third choice choice of pipe to smoke and I don't have a lot of pipes. Would never part with it though.

 

sandollars

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Here are my Big Lads.

For perspective, I have included a Savinelli 320KS in every picture. If you don't know what a Sav 320KS looks like, please crawl out from under that rock.

From smallest to largest:

Don Carlos Fiammata 2 note
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Castello Sea Rock "G" size Dublin
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Peterson Rusticated House Pipe
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Amorelli Penna di San Michele "Fancy Flock"
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Fikri Baki Gourd Calabash with a Meerschaum bowl
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And last but certainly not least is this HUGE Billiard (?) from the late, great Bruce Weaver.
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