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(New page: From R.C. Sands' [http://www.angelfire.com/oh5/handcraftedpipes/ Homepage]: "I have been making pipes for three an a half years in my basement. I have sold over two-hundred pipes and have...)
 
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R. C. Sands' has been making pipes since 1998 in his basement. He had sold over two-hundred pipes by 2000 and stored some of them in local pipe shops. All pipes made by hand using only Grecian Briar. Crafting them involves many hours of hand sanding. When crafting pipes, R.C. Sands strives to make a cool smoking pipe with an easy draw. He stamps all of his pipes only on the bottom of the shank with his R.C. Sands logo (LazyS). All of his pipes are created with an eye towards quality at a reasonable price.
  
"I have been making pipes for three an a half years in my basement. I have sold over two-hundred pipes and have some of them in local pipe shops. I make all of my pipes by hand using only Grecian Briar. Crafting them involves many hours of hand sanding. I stamp all of my pipes only on the bottom of the shank with my R.C. Sands logo. I make quality smoking pipes at a reasonable cost."
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R.C. Sands is known both nationally and internationally for his fine pipes.
  
 
  Email: [mailto:RPufferbellie@aol.com RPufferbellie@aol.com]
 
  Email: [mailto:RPufferbellie@aol.com RPufferbellie@aol.com]
  Homepage: [http://www.angelfire.com/oh5/handcraftedpipes/ R.C. Sands Hand Crafted Pipes]
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  1. Homepage: [http://www.angelfire.com/oh5/handcraftedpipes/ R.C. Sands Hand Crafted Pipes]
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2. Homepage: [http://www.lazyspipes.com/ LazyS Pipes]

Revision as of 19:14, 10 December 2007

R. C. Sands' has been making pipes since 1998 in his basement. He had sold over two-hundred pipes by 2000 and stored some of them in local pipe shops. All pipes made by hand using only Grecian Briar. Crafting them involves many hours of hand sanding. When crafting pipes, R.C. Sands strives to make a cool smoking pipe with an easy draw. He stamps all of his pipes only on the bottom of the shank with his R.C. Sands logo (LazyS). All of his pipes are created with an eye towards quality at a reasonable price.

R.C. Sands is known both nationally and internationally for his fine pipes.

Email: RPufferbellie@aol.com
1. Homepage: R.C. Sands Hand Crafted Pipes
2. Homepage: LazyS Pipes