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    I must say this has been very educational to me.
    Until this thread I hadn't a clue what a morta pipe was made from. I always assumed it was some sort of man made material they used hence why I wasn't that keen on them . Now I know they're made from natural material I shall look at them in a different light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottishgaucho View Post
    I must say this has been very educational to me.
    Until this thread I hadn't a clue what a morta pipe was made from. I always assumed it was some sort of man made material they used hence why I wasn't that keen on them . Now I know they're made from natural material I shall look at them in a different light.
    And then we have pipes made out of a piece of rock! Thomas was so kind as to give me what is called a "stone cob" that is a piece of rock that was carved into the shape of a corn cob pipe bowl. The shank is made from wood and the bit is plastic just like you would find on a regular corn cob pipe. I still have to do some work on the shank for a better fit and then glue it back in place. It's a bit on the heavy side, but I can smoke anything out of it without a trace of ghosting, I'm sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coalsmoke View Post
    And then we have pipes made out of a piece of rock! Thomas was so kind as to give me what is called a "stone cob" that is a piece of rock that was carved into the shape of a corn cob pipe bowl. The shank is made from wood and the bit is plastic just like you would find on a regular corn cob pipe. I still have to do some work on the shank for a better fit and then glue it back in place. It's a bit on the heavy side, but I can smoke anything out of it without a trace of ghosting, I'm sure.
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