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One Response to "The Pipes Magazine Radio 18l新利官网Show - Episode 213"

  1. kcghost said:

    Good 18l新利官网show as always.Never had the problem with cube cut 18l新利官网tobacco that you described.Just gravity feed the bowl (no tamping) and you are good to go.

    Mark Tinsky is an interesting guy.If you ask for a straight forward repair job he can do it.I had him do a stem for me and he did the repair very quickly.He did the KC club's club pipe a few years ago and he did a very good job.

    The English language can be tough.It's like when people call something "unique" when they mean "not very common".






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