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    Anyone here smoke pipes?

    I've never tried it and am interested in it. Just seeing if anyone on here actually smokes one on a regular or a semi regular basis. I'm going to try it for the first time this weekend. Depending on how I like it I might make my own pipe.

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    I do! Always wanted to try it, so got myself a "cheap" starter pipe for $90 to see if I'd like it, and I do. I don't smoke it as much as cigars but it still tastes good, lots of tobacco blends to try out and if you're young people always take a second look haha

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    Yeah the tobacco blends is what has me wanting to try them all the options really apeal to me. Thats a good looking pipe.

    Any blends you like or recommend? My local shop has tons of blends in jars and a few house blends I want to try.

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    yea all that i've been smoking is some house blends from my shop... i would say try it out,ask the guys at you're shop what they would recommend thats what i did.
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    Sunday I'm gonna buy one and get an ounce or two of whatever smells good to me. Then I'm depending on how I like it (I'm sure I will) I'm going to find some briar wood and try to make my own pipe.

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    I used to steal my dads pipe and smoke pot with it. He never was the wiser because that's exactly what he used it for too....lol.

    I've never been a fan of pipe tobacco, but I haven't been around it in several years. I should give it another shot (with tobacco this time of course. )
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    Gave it a try yesterday. It's going to take some practice to get it down.

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    My dad smoked it for decades and still does. I tried it but never liked it. Hated the licorice, maple sirup taste. He always told me to start with a cheap corncob pipe and then move to briar wood. A major pain to keep lit. Takes a lot of practice.

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    I think it would be a nice alternative to cigars.
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    I have a couple pipes that were passed down through family. A gave it a shot but i could never keep them lit without puffing on it like i was trying to suck a golf ball through a straw. In the end it was just to much of a hassle so i stick to cigars

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