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Old 05-24-2009, 04:54 AM   #1
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Default What pipe style is this?

I'd also like the manufacturer, but that's probably impossible.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC_VMx4gke8

Sorry I can't do a screen capture...scroll ahead to 6:49, and there's a close-up at 8:49. Pipe is then shown throughout.

Please and thank you all.

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Old 05-24-2009, 07:43 AM   #2
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In this arena?



In general search "pipe bent billiard spigot".
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:40 PM   #3
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Looks like it; a bit lighter than the other, but that seems to be what it was.

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Looks like it; a bit lighter than the other, but that seems to be what it was.

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I was just trying to get you in the neighborhood; you'll have to do the legwork. Investigate Peterson spigots such as:

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...KaKmtgeR5t3_DA

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Default Re: What pipe style is this?

Looks like the peterson or the peterson knock off. My guess is the second but the peterson and savinelli are the better pipes.
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Old 05-29-2009, 06:54 AM   #6
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Default Re: What pipe style is this?

I was just curious about the style of it, mainly. I liked the look of it, yet at the same time, I didn't. Strange I know...oh well, that's what being too lazy to change the channel gets me.

Thanks to you both, I'll poke around a bit more.
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Default Re: What pipe style is this?

Just looks like a bent billiard spigot of some sort.
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Old news but I looked again, a little harder. I think the stem has that funky WDC Wellington ridge on it. I hate that ridge. It might be a WDC and maybe not. Those ridgie stems show up all over the place.

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Yeah - and Petes and Savs and no-names...

So? Did you buy a bent billiard spigot or what?
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Old news but I looked again, a little harder. I think the stem has that funky WDC Wellington ridge on it. I hate that ridge. It might be a WDC and maybe not. Those ridgie stems show up all over the place.

My Peterson that came with the Zippo Gift box came with the same spiggot & stem. You can probably still find a good deal for these online. I only paid about $55 for mine.



But my question for Keegan is what the hell is someone who says he is too busy to make a three minute phone call to Boswell's to confirm an order doing watching Urkel Episodes online

That is unless you are into seeing Urkel cross dressing...not that there is anything wrong with that
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LOOKS like a petersen bent
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Old 09-21-2009, 03:55 AM   #12
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Yeah - and Petes and Savs and no-names...

So? Did you buy a bent billiard spigot or what?
[quote=Alpedhuez55;469001]My Peterson that came with the Zippo Gift box came with the same spiggot & stem. You can probably still find a good deal for these online. I only paid about $55 for mine.



But my question for Keegan is what the hell is someone who says he is too busy to make a three minute phone call to Boswell's to confirm an order doing watching Urkel Episodes online

That is unless you are into seeing Urkel cross dressing...not that there is anything wrong with that [/QUOTE

If you were speaking to me, then no, I didn't buy anything.

As for watching Urkel opposed to calling, it was like three AM. College kids never seem to sleep

I emailed Dan Boswell because I am (STILL) trying to figure out how the hell they packaged my pipe, bag, pipe cleaners, reamer, and tobacco all into one little carboard box. I also asked about ordering, I did plan to call them eventually.

They never told me how to repackage it (groans) but he did mention my details were still on file. This surprised me, because I thought they would be deleted from the computers. So, I spent a little under $20 and grabbed five different blends from them.

It all worked out I was told to email an order in any time I liked, and once I get my license, I hope to stop by the shop.

Thanks for the info, guys.
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