I don't smoke a pipe but that is a thing of beauty.
LOL, maybe - maybe not. Better tools make for a better easier experience. I wouldn't want to learn with a poorly honed sloppy bevel razor, like wise with a poorly drilled pipe. However the skill of the user is of equal value with both. But assuming we were talking about a size razor that's not too unwieldy for the beginner with a forgiving point than you could look at it that way. Helluva way to get your feet wet.Would this pipe be to a noob smoker like a 7/8 Hart to a noob shaver?
That's the best part, you just have to smoke it to break it in. You can apply a various number of techniques, but it all boils down to smoking the pipe. Don't sweat it.I had high hopes for this new LE Brown Leaf themed item, and I sure was hoping it was a pipe, but I must say this exceeds my expectations! That is an awesome pipe. I'll put in my order within the next week or so. I'm going to be a tad bit nervous on breaking it in, since I never have broken in a pipe before.
Good to hear! I guess it's like honing. Tons of hype when you look it up, but when it comes down to brass tacks it's pretty straight forward.That's the best part, you just have to smoke it to break it in. You can apply a various number of techniques, but it all boils down to smoking the pipe. Don't sweat it.