Legend Corn Cob Pipe (5th Avenue Bowl w/ Bent Bit)

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Legend Corn Cob Pipe

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$6.59

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first time user Review by steven
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this is my first pipe at mm and will not be my last (Posted on 7/4/2016)
Takes a Tokin', and Keeps on Smokin' Review by Tom Horn
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5th Avenue, bent 'Legend': As relaxing and enjoyable as a Missouri Boat Ride. No, not the one the Outlaw Josey Wales would be providing you. Perhaps, one on a stern paddle-wheel steamer, on a Sunday afternoon excursion down the Mississippi. While your thoroughbred briars are leisurely resting in their stalls, awaiting their rotation, these Missouri Clydesdales will be haulin' the load, day in, day out. It don't care how often you smoke it, it's ready. This is an American icon for good reason. Smokes cool and comfortable every time. One of the most comfortable pipe bits out there. The amber bent bit, and teeth go together like, "peas 'n' carrots, as Forest Gump would say. As relaxing and pleasurable as watching your brother-in-law white-wash your picket fence. (Posted on 4/19/2016)
This was my first Missouri Meerschaum Review by Pacific_Pipesmoker
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This was my first Missouri Meerschaum pipe, and it will not be my last. I enjoy this pipe I have been smoking Briars forever and thought of buying this just for camping. Nope I am now a solid fan of Missouri Meerschaums and don't think I will go back to Briars I get a great quality of smoke from this pipe and all the others I own. Great to own an American made pipe of great quality. (Posted on 2/28/2016)
Great pipe! Review by Andrei
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Very good pipe for flake with 5th Avenue bowl. Medium and straight chamber. Good of pipe weight and good balance with straight stem. Great pipe, great quality, great price. This is Legend Corn Cob Pipe! I changed original amber stem by Danish amber straight stem with 6mm charcoal filter, it is great! (Posted on 9/9/2015)
Great Pipe Review by Paul
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I smoked a pipe for years when I was young, then I gave up smoking totally. About 5 years ago I started smoking again, cigars and cigarettes. About 2 months ago I started back on pipes. I picked up a few estate pipes and restored them to smokable condition and started enjoying a pipe once again. Last week I was in my local Wallgreens and saw a MM Legend sitting behind the counter. For the price I thought what the heck, I'll give it a try. I haven't picked up one of my briars since. I have a Country Gentleman and a legend stem on order along with some straight Danish stems for my legend (I don't really like the amber standard plastic stems). This is an amazing pipe for the money. I'll be buying more of them in the future. If you're reading these MM, please start making straight Legend stems. (Posted on 8/14/2015)
Love it Review by Kenneth
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Great pipe...actually smoking it now with the rob Roy style bowl....really one of my favorites (Posted on 6/30/2015)
Great smoking rotation pipes. Review by JD
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I currently have four Legends.I really can't say any more than whats been said already about these here pipes. All I own are Missouri Meerschaums for a reason, eight with four more on the way, because all of them are awesome. I love the Legends because they smoke great, look great and are a pleasure to smoke in rotation to rest my Country Gent and General.(favorites) Can't wait to own all of them. Good smoking my friends. (Posted on 6/6/2015)
Great introduction to MM cobs. Review by Jason
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This was my first MM cob pipe and it's still going strong. A good mid size pipe to throw in the saddle bag of your bike before hitting the road. (Posted on 3/12/2015)
Solid Review by Bill
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I've had many of these over the years and never had one burn out or go bad in any way on me. Most have been lost or given away to a friend in need, and a malicious ex of ten years who liked to "misplace" my stuff and claim no knowledge about it (even after asking "How come my pipe/pocketknife/book I was reading/favorite cup, accidentally fell into the bottom of the trash while I was at work?").
Replacing these in case you need to is no hardship like replacing a +$30.00 pipe is, so you don't have to treat them as fragile treasures.
It's a solid pipe. (Posted on 2/23/2015)
Still learning it! Review by Dimi
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Howdy everybody!

I picked one up the local store because I like smoking but just had to quit cigarettes and cigars. I was drawn to this pipe by the attractive price and the fact I couldn't believe this thing is made out of a corn cob, but it is and it's actually working fine. However, I have to admit I am so new to pipe smoking it is embarrassing.

I was wondering if any of you gentlemen here could spare a moment and give me some pointers, a few beginners tips, how to avoid common mistakes, etc.

Here's my Qs:

1. Is there a proper way to "break in" a new CC pipe and what is it?

2. How/how much do you fill the bowl, how much fire does it need to get it started, is it OK to relight -say- every 2-3 minutes?

3. How/how often do you clean it and how/with what?

4. I will need to (eventually) replace the amber bit. Will either the Danish of the Regular (bent) bit fit mine?

5. How often does the Medico filter needs replacement. After about 5 uses, mine is already burned on the side closer to the bowl. Is this normal? What are the pros/cons of using the pipe with the filter removed?

Thank you so much for your time and your feedback! (Posted on 2/13/2015)

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first time user Review by steven
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this is my first pipe at mm and will not be my last (Posted on 7/4/2016)
Takes a Tokin', and Keeps on Smokin' Review by Tom Horn
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Value
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5th Avenue, bent 'Legend': As relaxing and enjoyable as a Missouri Boat Ride. No, not the one the Outlaw Josey Wales would be providing you. Perhaps, one on a stern paddle-wheel steamer, on a Sunday afternoon excursion down the Mississippi. While your thoroughbred briars are leisurely resting in their stalls, awaiting their rotation, these Missouri Clydesdales will be haulin' the load, day in, day out. It don't care how often you smoke it, it's ready. This is an American icon for good reason. Smokes cool and comfortable every time. One of the most comfortable pipe bits out there. The amber bent bit, and teeth go together like, "peas 'n' carrots, as Forest Gump would say. As relaxing and pleasurable as watching your brother-in-law white-wash your picket fence. (Posted on 4/19/2016)
This was my first Missouri Meerschaum Review by Pacific_Pipesmoker
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This was my first Missouri Meerschaum pipe, and it will not be my last. I enjoy this pipe I have been smoking Briars forever and thought of buying this just for camping. Nope I am now a solid fan of Missouri Meerschaums and don't think I will go back to Briars I get a great quality of smoke from this pipe and all the others I own. Great to own an American made pipe of great quality. (Posted on 2/28/2016)
Great pipe! Review by Andrei
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Very good pipe for flake with 5th Avenue bowl. Medium and straight chamber. Good of pipe weight and good balance with straight stem. Great pipe, great quality, great price. This is Legend Corn Cob Pipe! I changed original amber stem by Danish amber straight stem with 6mm charcoal filter, it is great! (Posted on 9/9/2015)
Great Pipe Review by Paul
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I smoked a pipe for years when I was young, then I gave up smoking totally. About 5 years ago I started smoking again, cigars and cigarettes. About 2 months ago I started back on pipes. I picked up a few estate pipes and restored them to smokable condition and started enjoying a pipe once again. Last week I was in my local Wallgreens and saw a MM Legend sitting behind the counter. For the price I thought what the heck, I'll give it a try. I haven't picked up one of my briars since. I have a Country Gentleman and a legend stem on order along with some straight Danish stems for my legend (I don't really like the amber standard plastic stems). This is an amazing pipe for the money. I'll be buying more of them in the future. If you're reading these MM, please start making straight Legend stems. (Posted on 8/14/2015)
Love it Review by Kenneth
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Great pipe...actually smoking it now with the rob Roy style bowl....really one of my favorites (Posted on 6/30/2015)
Great smoking rotation pipes. Review by JD
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Price
Value
I currently have four Legends.I really can't say any more than whats been said already about these here pipes. All I own are Missouri Meerschaums for a reason, eight with four more on the way, because all of them are awesome. I love the Legends because they smoke great, look great and are a pleasure to smoke in rotation to rest my Country Gent and General.(favorites) Can't wait to own all of them. Good smoking my friends. (Posted on 6/6/2015)
Great introduction to MM cobs. Review by Jason
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Price
Value
This was my first MM cob pipe and it's still going strong. A good mid size pipe to throw in the saddle bag of your bike before hitting the road. (Posted on 3/12/2015)
Solid Review by Bill
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Price
I've had many of these over the years and never had one burn out or go bad in any way on me. Most have been lost or given away to a friend in need, and a malicious ex of ten years who liked to "misplace" my stuff and claim no knowledge about it (even after asking "How come my pipe/pocketknife/book I was reading/favorite cup, accidentally fell into the bottom of the trash while I was at work?").
Replacing these in case you need to is no hardship like replacing a +$30.00 pipe is, so you don't have to treat them as fragile treasures.
It's a solid pipe. (Posted on 2/23/2015)
Still learning it! Review by Dimi
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Howdy everybody!

I picked one up the local store because I like smoking but just had to quit cigarettes and cigars. I was drawn to this pipe by the attractive price and the fact I couldn't believe this thing is made out of a corn cob, but it is and it's actually working fine. However, I have to admit I am so new to pipe smoking it is embarrassing.

I was wondering if any of you gentlemen here could spare a moment and give me some pointers, a few beginners tips, how to avoid common mistakes, etc.

Here's my Qs:

1. Is there a proper way to "break in" a new CC pipe and what is it?

2. How/how much do you fill the bowl, how much fire does it need to get it started, is it OK to relight -say- every 2-3 minutes?

3. How/how often do you clean it and how/with what?

4. I will need to (eventually) replace the amber bit. Will either the Danish of the Regular (bent) bit fit mine?

5. How often does the Medico filter needs replacement. After about 5 uses, mine is already burned on the side closer to the bowl. Is this normal? What are the pros/cons of using the pipe with the filter removed?

Thank you so much for your time and your feedback! (Posted on 2/13/2015)

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