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    B42... Incoming!...

    New shape to me and first new briar pipe in several years.

    Should be here sometime this week... Can't beat a Pete!

    Nothing fancy, just an everyday pipe. And you know me, that
    means 365 days a year!
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    I like it, Jeff! Looks stout. Congrats!

    I notice that the stem is sans "P". I can't recall if I've seen them do that before.
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    Congratulations! A proud & portly looking Pete, hope it smokes well for you.
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!

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    Congrats, Jeff! That's a Pete shape I've never seen before. A stout pipe indeed.
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    Congratulations... A great-looking Peterson, that one.

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    I notice that the stem is sans "P". I can't recall if I've seen them do that before.
    I have a black spigot without the 'P' on the stem.

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    Well done, Jeff. That is a true classic-- and right up your street if I may say so!
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    Beautiful pipe.. and shape.. better without p/lip,. Even if I have only 3 peterson in my rack Im a pete lover. An every day Stunning pipe congratulations .

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    What's not to say Petes are the best. Decided to thin out my stable of 45 Petes I think others should have them I have given up the pipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigmillar View Post
    What's not to say Petes are the best. Decided to thin out my stable of 45 Petes I think others should have them I have given up the pipe
    It's sad to say goodbye to the pipe, but understandable for health reasons, Joe.
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