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    WIP Peace Pipe Cob

    I had a Country Gent that got a hairline crack in the shank. I've been using the acrylic stems from my Cobblers on a lot of my cobs, they work great but they're a tight fit so maybe that's what caused the crack. I dunno, but I commissioned my wife to fix her up. The crack has been sealed with Elmer's wood glue and here's what she came up with for now. She says she'll tighten up the beads on the shank and shorten the strand with the feathers but you get the idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corndog View Post
    I had a Country Gent that got a hairline crack in the shank. I've been using the acrylic stems from my Cobblers on a lot of my cobs, they work great but they're a tight fit so maybe that's what caused the crack. I dunno, but I commissioned my wife to fix her up. The crack has been sealed with Elmer's wood glue and here's what she came up with for now. She says she'll tighten up the beads on the shank and shorten the strand with the feathers but you get the idea.

    Congrats to your wife, Corndog! May you always smoke it in peace.
    Russ

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