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Bowl Material:Corn
Bowl Shape:Assorted
Stem Shape:Bent, Straight
Brand:Missouri Meerschaum Pipes

MO Meerschaum Legend

The Legend is a classic corn cob pipe; available in straight or bent, it comes with an amber colored stem that takes a 6mm filter. The smaller bowl size makes it perfect for when you want a quick break, and its light weight means that you can clench this pipe without your jaw getting tired.

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Bowl Material:Corn
Bowl Shape:Assorted
Stem Shape:Bent
Bowl Finish:Rustic
Color:Natural
Origin:United States
Filter:6mm
Condition Type:New
Stem Material:Acrylic
Legend Bent CORN COB PIPE In Stock$7.59$4.45
Bowl Material:Corn
Bowl Shape:Assorted
Stem Shape:Straight
Bowl Finish:Rustic
Color:Natural
Origin:United States
Filter:6mm
Condition Type:New
Stem Material:Acrylic
Legend Straight CORN COB PIPE In Stock$7.59$4.45
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Customer Reviews of “MO Meerschaum Legend”
“MM pipes are fantastic to begin with, I won't smoke any other pipe. Just a waste of money. The Legend is a great pipe. Smokes nice and cool and it is the perfect size for clenching in your teeth while working on something else. Pick up a dozen or so. You won't regret it.”
ND of Morristown, TN
“These corn cob pipes ALL smoke really nice. I have a couple more expensive pipes, but I find myself smoking the cobs much more. There is no break in time and I think the tobacco has a bit more of a natural taste. I plan on always having a M/M handy!”
MS of Warminster, PA
“This is a great pipe for the price and me not ever being a previous smoker, the filter really helps keep the flavors nice and mellow...peace! ”
GP of El Cajon, CA
“I like the simplicity of this pipe, worked very well even though im new to tobacco and pipes”
GP of El Cajon, CA
“All cob pipes are not created equal, and this particular pipe is yet another example of that fact. A perfectly smooth smoke that requires very little seasoning. This and one other MO Meerschaum are my go-to's when resting one of my briars.”
TS of Portland, OR