It is a bit odd that we see a hardwood tobacco pipe in a collection of corn cob style tobacco pipes. This pipe, even though it is wooden, is very light and is quite easy to smoke. This pipe was designed to be smoked by the person who needs a cheap "go to" pipe but isn't a fan of corn.
Brand: Missouri Meerschaum
Model: Ozark Mountain
Shape: 5th Avenue Bowl
Length: 5.73 in. / 145.56 mm.
Height: 1.69 in. / 43.00 mm.
Weight: 0.8 oz. / 25 g.
Bowl Depth: 1.08 in. / 27.58 mm.
Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.25 in. / 31.76 mm.
Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.71 in. / 18.25 mm.
Filter: 6 mm.
Bowl Material: Hardwood
Stem Material: Hard Plastic
*Pipe measurements are approximate
**Pipe pictures are not of actual pipe you may receive
- Missouri Meerschaum Pipe
- Ozark Mountain
- 5th Avenue
- 5.51-6.0 in.
- 1.51-2.0 in.
- <1 oz
- Bowl Depth:
- <1.25 in.
- Bowl Inside Diameter:
- .50-.75 in.
- Filter Size:
- 6 mm.
- Bowl Material:
- Stem Material:
- One of a Kind:
I recently purchased a Missouri Meerschaum Ozark Mountain Hardwood Tobacco Pipe Bent and I am very pleased with it. The pipe is made of high quality hardwood and has a beautiful finish. The bowl is deep and the stem is long and curved, making it comfortable to hold and smoke. The pipe smokes evenly and the draw is smooth. The pipe is also very lightweight and easy to carry. I would highly recommend this pipe to anyone looking for a quality tobacco pipe.
5 stars for what it is; a nice cheap pipe that gets the job done. I like to have a couple of these around (either the bent or straight depending on my mood) for when things are potentially going to get rough (hunting/fishing, working around the farm, general mucking about, etc...) and I am worried that I could break my nicer pipes, but don't feel like having a cob. There can be some issues with them from time to time, loose fitting parts and the like, but they generally are easily fixable with a bit of Elmer's glue. And if they break, you're out less than $10, at least at the point of this writing. :) Probably not going to be most people's favorite pipe, but who knows, maybe it will become your go-to. ¯\_ (ツ)_/¯
Received this for Father's Day from youngest Son. Beyond a doubt the SMALLEST pipe I now own but it's just a Dandy short session smoker! ! ! It joins 11 other MM pipes I own - - - - the others are Cobs. I strongly recommend using those triangular Balsa wood filters -- -- they're the BEST! ! ! Old Cuss in western MO
Not a bad pipe for the price and well worth having.
I'm a new pipe smoker so I bought seven of them for a week's rotation and the stem separate from the bowl very easily. I had one that did this before even smoking it to some that I've smoked three times now and are still good.
This is a great little pipe for a quick smoke, tends to get a little hot if you smoke it fast, but overall a nice pipe.