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Making a Pipe.

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by HiddenPipe, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. So guys I plan on making a pipe out some wood and other materials but i was wondering if anyone knows the best kind of wood to use, one that wont burn so fast on me.:confused:
  2. yea dont use cedar or pine , as these are very soft and problably wont last long. you should use something like oak or ash or a hard wood that would last you a good while.
    i used oak and im still usin it to this day and it works like a dream...
  3. balsa wood.
  4. Oak sounds good to me, I'll try it out. I'll give the results when i'm done making it and used it a few times.
  5. right on cant wait!
  6. Neither can I, lol.
  7. lol.... get some briar wood its used in pipes
  8. O rly? I'll try them all out, lol. Now to get soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeeeeeeeeeee moneyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
  9. yuh you can just use fallen branches of any hardwood tree i made a pipe like that....well untill my dog decided she wanted a snack..
  10. nothing but pine here :(
  11. Make sure the wood isnt pressure treated. they use chemicals and pressure to make the wood more dense. be absolutely sure that its a natural wood with no treatments before you do anything with it.
  12. That also helps, Thanks dude.

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